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Campbcirs Prc$cri|)ti6fr5iorc 

Wft are Frompt We are Careful, and 
we use the beat. 



OUr prices *ra reasoaa- 




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COAL 



HALL & WALKER 



Wellington Colliery Co.. 

PtMM M. 



1232 Government 6t 



EaT*BX.ISKXD XV 1888. 




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VOLCIII-,, NO-178, 



VICTORIA, B, C;, TODAY, JULY 1, 1910, 



TWENTY-FOUR PAGES 



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AS A GIFT- -ABOVE 
ALL OTHERS* 



mas device 

WAS 



Li::hi Ihrofyn on Conditions Ex- 

• istin;:, in Prjptina' Bihimii 

At (Hi;U7;i > Wi!uh Ale' NqS 

Beifelnvcstigated 






Titers waa some .'.minium, ciuimrint; 
ii„sr' remarks wfth Mr. ftooseve.ll!'s 
Guildhall sp< acto. 

BR00KENS' FEATS „ 



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FJHEf&ff in' all the i-ca!i.ii pj mnonihr:iiiiv< 59- 



ayeciott fi iinii so sttre to pic: 



I HaTnonos 



( J 1 1 r 1 1 ; 1 M 1 1 



Mamoiid buying is -much a matter of confidence. 

lurchase: • 



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meetine eve 



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•if. have attained suprerfta 

■ pplied to gifts. • 



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GOULOTHRITE PLAN 



OF GETTING RICH 



;Mnkes Another High Flight, With 
Brother of Count do Leeseps An 
Passenger 



m,,vtki:.vi. .inn.' :■:« .1 hj feature 
,,,,!:,, ;n tiu- aVlation met was Bhi 
ni^in .. ,..•,!■ Brooki ni, the w rlghl 
,.,.. tatm-i v. Ith Eto '' lli ' 1 ''" pessepi ■ 

J bj-othi ,- ol i!:' 1 '• ''■- '•' PM*eng( P. 

lasting twent; and s rieJI njin . 

I .; t j • >M II hi Ol 

I . |. . ... n wtw 1 ti'i in-'' time thai 
,1. 1,, -,.~.;v.~li.i'i ever $>m a), in 1 
tAfri 1 " > ' '■■' n-ntt nia< """ - 

; j,,,,, .Innimts Br.Miii waK an lm 
. . ttttor. TU» Xid>! ' 

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ii'.._. '" Wtth9> CoUUl ■!•■ 




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; NO PAPER TOMORROW 



Reports. From Nearly All Parts 
of Country Show-That Re- 
freshing Showers ■ HatVe 
Come to Help Crops . 



'♦. . The staffs pf »ii departments ♦ 
♦• pi 1 ii<- Colonist will obi erve tija ♦ 

♦ imlnio todty ,M consequent 1 ♦ 

♦ uy .pup"!- wfll be issued t'-nmi-- -• 

♦ I'owi^ ■ * 
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Agents Induced" to- Buy 
Stock in Merivin Baby Food 
Warmer, of Which He Was 
Owner 



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'Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

rnment -Street,-— Vidoxia, B. Ct 



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r.\W.\. June 30— A long JPtor> 
hangs on i»*tby food v 

• r. in connection with the. 1 
Btartllng revelation of. conditions; - 

exist in tin- printing b 

. ; ' -thiil. 

ure raor- 



I _. r .| lf , ,, , . i i '.-" KnBli*li.,„muuM»«I : 
ted EomJ w 1 

COBB BILL DEFEATED 

Wew York State Assembly Votes 

Against Direct Nomination of 

State Officials. 



LOW TEMPERATURES 

ALSO REPORTED 



Premier Asquith " Announces 



Insurgents Capture Post 
1:1.1 i:i<'ii;u..»s. June 80 Pi a 

) ffovenwnen! cui toms Iioubi Pearl 

Lajroon * .- 1 i nigW *>: ' 

111^1.. - Crtshera) Ms tiK The ofiii • 1 -.^v> 

; h.- CU»toB ' ■ ' ;,|.m^T- 

( ,s ;\..~ ' ■; neral Matui . wlw was for- ' 
,:, rh .1--". lated «ritn the. re^ olii- 
tibnai The flghtirj 

us, p' te», and the total i wuttt- 

. !-. said in be iia\. 

— -y - , ,1 - 

Toronto Exhibition 

. i|;i i.Ni'i '. June 30 



That Recess ol 

-Will Commence 

of Next. Month 



Pai'riameni 
About End 



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NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET 

IS INTRODUCED 



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Dixi H. 
Ross 



SATURDAi 0i ,M 
BARGAINS Ross 



\k(;i. QV Vkt i' 1 > I 

M ixe'd, Walnuts, < Anions or 



10 w 



M \<u\\.\r:> l'K'kr,i 

V- 

WOUi )KK' »\V. per r».»ttle '. . . . 



. AHLI'S Hi'RSl-Xn.VVS MKNT 

Oriiofi^ Radishes, Cress, I Now Cabbage Cucumber," 

.■;„•',,; Not ■'« •Tiirnip--. T<»maW>. ; eti\ • 

iiiWl^T. MAkKi,r i:ivki 



Th e .»^••^^•!^ fcrcrl it Tvrtr m er is 

. to ■'• whole riddle ej ttf ho \y 

ilihriti' . ad hLs__ay»i 

Iving bribes, Man;, u 1 iit 

lias aubacrlbcd' u\>\r thou - 

sunil ilnlliirs 

pany p romoted by Oouldtbrite, knf>v^n 

Wanner- 
'- 
uld.thrite in- 
' 'an inRoi, vi. i for -the 

keeping of b 1 trm. A: 

II off, ;im1 theii (hi 
fijtog the invention to n gri 

•■ m.f In ba \ ■ .-trurk 
hlrn. The ima^i 

« . 1 s . 1 r 1 

Vork, 

ok*, and (the 
tmk epmrtienced. 
pri. 'ni warmer 

j hibitive^'arid -tho 

I tic !.; L >frsttraiT~BY. ■ ■ 

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.influen' ■•' ' I 

I . . ruor 
I ■ • ; ' ■ v - ' Hrect- 

. I I 
sembly tods '">- 

,, i.)-Ttr-fr.r ■ 10.1 | OWi 

house . 

■1 of thi ■: • judiciary. 

rittee, whir' 

Thi-'h opted 

■ •luti'tn providing to* a 
. rnmerit at I norrow. 
. — ■ o — : — -^ 



- g From Hot Spell I 
•Thought to Be Confined to 
Few Districts — Farmers, 
Much Encouraged 



Finances 

Fudge Win- 
port on ^Wif u,< estigation . 

ki of nut' ; 1 . v. Hii.i- Deficit Is Wipea Out ana bman 
hi : o Surplus Is Expected tor tm) 

<*™^ J - "No Reduction 



wixxirKG. June SO.; — Crops in one or 

istricts have been slightly singext 
■ FTot spell, !?>ut taking all around, it 
is declarcil by those in B iio.sitiim I S 
iiiat there is ho th ins tii eantt 

proved! a fine 
Ct the rears, trona the minds 
EariX luday the thrjee 





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niX! H. ROSS & GO. 

Independent Groce*«, 1,1 17 taint Street ' 

jtels; 5b, St -- 1 ' ' ; • Iaquor-Dept. Tel. 



four 
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. Fire in Montreal 

;i:.\l. .inn* :dault. 

t. jilarj 1 

frai (iiiKK vrvrr — fir?-' 

-trtn-- liea lcl't liuiutli'ss. 

■ . ' Calgary's Progress 

CALGARY, 
for the (nontb n-y show 

rytnTSr^nereaae of eri 



UNNG FIGURES 



First-Six Months of Year Es- 
tablish es Re rn ar k able R e'eo rd 
— Over Million and a Quar- 

... ter Marki 



,a Col. •). K 
tin ifmer treasurer •■■ tlw 1 ■■■ 

, in '-. ••;v:"i'.- baJ taJ • 

3 ■ plfl qf. ;■ ■• ■■■ " "' ■' 

the ''Is: .-...I' a 1 • ■■' 'i' 1 "- 

ohorl tgi 
[udge !• 
niends.thut all tho checks be counter- 
signed by th .Unit, and that 
lie taken by the executive 
committee in the' expondatur*' of 
. . . 1 1, recommends a bett< 1 
Of keeping the .1 he 
• rely cj.-iticizea_thfi. Bpeela! ■■ 
n by the cif. . 

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. Coming Year : 
•In WhiskeyTax- 



Alii 

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I ipared 

wl \^ X 

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fame pe riod I n ' ID t.^" 1 ' • '\- 

•iiiIk : ■ .ii- "ii. ■ 

i-ont. • PkaMt growth ! ' ' 

in imiKiiii-- activity ami 1 Irilv* 






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There's a Distinctive 
Pleasure- 

In E*ttftnasirig r Yotif :(JStl ahli-hnvcnt . •■ . 

\Vc show vi.dl nnlv't'lu- better das* c^ Footyjt&tz, a ycojkdij 

vun'i ,10'rn in' 't\n'f mi services- better, mdre painstaking, tft6f%^ 
satisfactory ' ■ , • ■ "• 

We invite \^V to vi-ii re and fee ^liat wcliau' in 

,l' 1( : , ■ an ,I ■•; -hoc;, f..r J.ailir- an.l M Old* 

'•.\<;ll!ctun-' - ;iiul'"l ; !i..rsii.ekn". fur .M.i-ii ,:nu! Ri 



15. building permits also 
at ihcri 1 
permits being , »tisued during 
calling for the expenditure of $57 

WORDS OF PRAISE . 

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niiir lej v aii "in queries re- 

ripour all "'•<■' ,i "■ , ' v < > «t.-i 
■ answer.- 1 •'■'■ J fom 

, . .., n receii sd bj I ' !; 

du nighl poi '!; "i l -'ai 

I , ill. us all branches thereabouts, 
Khowers drenched the c.oun- 
puUook and I -v"- ' nactifina. 

Ill :- .va:i. 

In Manitoba n ilso cause to be 

,;. SfthJE, 

y where exceptlhg un tiie/main line 
cast of . ...Uruntlvni. 

Vei r« arc_x£f>or'tcd from 

the north, arid the . temperature .at Xortli- 
; iaford today Is only ■•• 

.•t.,.,i..- Kioes, many - iiavinB 

made thi ■ 

— « • 1 1 during the pas a of ■ days. 

reat heat in the 
north country ai atOn, today's 

1 of only 

at all points 

Alb' ■ itund 

thai e. la rnuhin-R 

vaiue ; i-iflo showers falling 

ail night. 

ind Trunk Pacific Railway 
f : ■- 1 for tli'i' 




Alberta Pacific Elevator Con- 
cern Wi-I I Have Its Own Line 
' on This Coast— Buys Loiis- 
. dale tiad Georgia 



v nik'iit. Other roi 

iy were of nn ^ncounu^Jn^na^ 



month lasl I ^«Uy 



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ArYrSficah /NavaCQfftt^rMnk^- 



1 

'•K'ircs il.. n 'do those 

f.'.r byfldipgs . rectf ,1 in I 
iiuji' nich aA? 

HotnlnK- tiic cii include • 

■ ia In 
rulldlng activity d 
year N 

alue of buildings I 
.i largo: cess. 

I' of a yea r ago. T" ■ 

dings valued, at J312.- 
montii 
r -«t amount 

my rn ir .tin- 
erday ' ''tl it— fi 

corner 



Rev. Dr. Sutherland Dead 

Ten;' t\-|-< '. i :• 

.suiii.rrand, miasionary seereitary _o£ 
tin Methodist church in Canfed 
jihJH aft 



died 



. rune '30 A.HOJ ii pro I 

Of the possibillti' ■ " 

route for Jiani of "Western 

Canada's grain cornea jta'. an 
meht of i 
berta Paclfic^sn'evator ubWpa 

who has rctun a mohth 

eiflc , coast.' While 
la- was successful In forming ,.-S 
ompany, which 

chnffO d ' • imshlpa l.onsdiUi- and 

I the _<- , .uiidian '■ Mexican 

company, also buying lb London two 

gp whicli will arrive on 

tuber or 
■fiie cempany has If 





fiinenTary 
Celebration -Commemorafive 
of .Sir Fiancis Drake'- 







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|lc( landless I>ros. & 

''''Sfig-j-ohnsbn Street - Victo'fia, 13. C 
■ , Positively, No Credit 



icart 



Til' 1.:: •.. - of- 

■ ' :, ^midshipmen of i lie Ami 
mi and 1 ■ living 1 ; . .»it- 

oej kibaa — a — „v > - i<ii TT i «y , -tu 






r*'f'" ■■TTT'r; \ 



... 

ejilylng 

intr Si in ■ 

■1 .1., t Willi; i. 

ind ndrni 
man's won.'. ...... 

W'in-rOtfV 

' 

glad. AmCrlc 
pr I Id claim dp wl 



b*<5 ' nad y} 

:!i.;«ilh's t...tal. Tin 

block 

s tr frri items of 



$500,000 In thi rise. 

It a ;,pr n thf< actldq of Mr. 

Klt'va- 

'ilcii la the largest grain | 

,:.„UL.Alberta:->v+ii in futwr. -■ 
dn on" the, I In the cum j 

fany's boats. "7"., 

HIS HEAD CUT OFF . 

Paris "Apache" Who Murdered Police 
Officer Guillotined— Violence— Df- . I 
Mob. 



'.. unc 30— In - the com mona - 

this nfteruoo: ier AfQuith an 

oouneed thai liio ■ government propoaed 
i.lottrn parliament at the end of JTulV, 
tbodthal it w.vuULreas.seiiiblo in Xovem- * 

, • -nth and r2tiro*-Oul.v bTCsafd 

o/ould I"' devoted to the second n idii 
•• women's enfraricbisemenl bill. 

... . not !.:-• (L-Qeorga then Intro* 
e Bttdgel for l a 10-19.1 L 

■ j\. ,,<■',;■'> bad no novelties to '■ r - 

:i">kls Bit Igl • He tOOk ap .Mium- 

CuW^Tm late the fw I 

ad So find the revenue td m'< • I 

i fii. increas ed expenditure. For . tlv 

£200.000,0(10. or. to be exa ' 

the chain i Hit figu r ed S l"'al i. van. ■■' 

^.., ....... --f f-rf-'-;.""/ ■ ~::\ , surplus of is*!,- ' 

■ 
The cliancellor was cheered w i- ■■■■ •■ 
stated that h< ; w ii"" 1 "" , ' 

It and that • rythTBl no p* I to a 
bet i- r oitiiook in trado '!':.■ greal 
;,,,,,■:.. in the'aspenditure was for I 

navy, which was £ the tot 

lei this headlng-Camouotlns to $i".- 

"",■ ■ 
The chancellor announceA-tijat there 

would be no • ■ i tskey i.i • 

In revenue from this 
source of $1,400.0 u di cragkeprHi 

,-,( ten minion gallons of" 
ted, to the a 
■ , f thi peo ■ " rtkallHi i 

id and Scotland '. ', d' ■ i eas.-d im 
.1 tiu 

• tha , . ,-... ,'.(. ^.,..1,:.... I... 

would I"- guiltyof . u linst the 

,. r 

. tslng imp , ions 

the veto .nee rot several D 

iy passed a 

lutlon m ■ l'n Oliei to ! B aid 

t|ie fen «"ca on tfio ground that d..- 
Iay "is" fter11ot»s"T8^S populat eausi The 

ill with 

the, resolution, which eventually wsa not 
1 - • .:■'...'.'..:•■ 

O — ! 'T. ■; 



onl ■•■■ ' l : "- h 
. r ■ in tfie tax>, and the chaneellot 



Proposal"; to Build Sixty Thou- 
sand ton Vessel for Atlantic 



month, 

dal.' ■ d With •• months 

I Wrq in 

" '■ 

Monlh. ,!'i|.'. 

.Imuran '. . < i . . . ; 



DANCE IN SALOON 
WITH FIRE BELOW 



— 'Great-, Jersey 
Planned''"- 



Dock 



ivixnox. June 30— With ; 



PARIS, Jurte -" !| L the 

"apache.' who kHled ;i puli' ■ v - 

guUlotlr. 

The .-"• ' 

attm 

in. but failed, >• 

. itlon by soda; 

•■ oiuti ■ . ■ ,; - 

• j, 4( |, i ti; Several rtoti - firedr ,re- 

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Oaagei'ous Situation for Pas- 
sengers oh' Board Philadel- 
phia Steamer— -Vessel ' Re- 
turns afid All. Are -Landed 



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Anill 






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imotinccment thaj. the Ctfnard' 

1 A,1,U Will I I . .1.111-; 



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Wortt oi) I he ••(virion 
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^Tnv^ilTiN ^ in i . ' muI iric.f.inipiciil u.-t t.'kn." 

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■nl iim-t '..i.Hli l.r;in.l>...f ^'h;itti|)iiyni\ .'« '.. .11. Nfttrfttn &/ 

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CANADA'S SENTIMENT 

.London Daily News 'Seriously - Ctbm - 
ments on Admiral Douglas' Curi- 
ous Statements. 



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dqii 

V •■ criifio- piUT 

■Hun-..' TftmJaftioits champiigin 



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it .'ir.v.ncv . i al 

bn-ni|iict- and-fif! : tunc- ' 

'. Ii'- In- 



-Will 

rainfall. 

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.u„a.'jcaniB, „- , ' rt iaulta.. 



'• ■ ■' • 

the- executloj **>«#« k^pt 



ta'tt* ■ * 

Jealousy Causes Murder ■ . 
i.WTiiN'; XU.. Jni 

. r« ■■ ■■' 

yearn old,' i\a< strucJ 

by Tin rtrernu 

on ii ..i 

nelly gave Ii 



PHILA1 iELPHI \ Huna rite Me j 

Mlnen weajn " , Oi solan, 
port sbsti ■ ■ ; ■ rnoon 
i i tTg~tt w.Ti I'-" Boraont 

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: CUSTOMS REVENUE 
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t in. 'in irfnTf • 

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lothing i" u 'OX., detlbe.fotol} 

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Harvard Commencement 

a i:i:.ii H ; I ' . Fnjrc* 30 

ii,'-.,, eon " : 

t«?r-tl & I I ' ■'■ i ' 

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Ul the n. 

■■i-r- t I ' I 

... . , ■ nual meetlna ".' ,U»-' [ "' 

pin it. ta icipp.'i fraternity; vt hioh 



.. , .1 , : | _nr'in 

!HOd hi i-i'iiio'i H'Mi B ilh lln . 

liichii 

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Rev i Head 



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as- In-,. 

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|y MP j -'"I Un". Wl' 

. n qirarter! and tigggn 

nto the !,"i'i.'. Aft^r the ; 
- as abraa 

, | ..,.!,.. red to gab 

tad to 

irn. 

• :■■ -i 3i) dfii k 

passen- 

. : i the ste> i ■ ' ' mlng 

. - ., .' • , . ... u i,o., ■ • 

While all hal I ..-■:, 

: wtn tsuengi i 

. png i i; - 
. .' , | i ... . \v,-i .• .ph. I<Iy. 

,, .IKlu.C 

U , ...... I -,..- a iniKMf 

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K.a rjaac cfl ; ..i* 

I U.lr. i'. 1..-I..- 

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d the livi ■ 

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•hi i\ a i 

at\d left \}\i ""•'" 

mil I 'flames' in 

i ; ■ \ ■. - ' ■■ ~ >*'' 

Tv I ! " ' 

j ivived aftei i n 

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.p — \ 

Mr. Roosevelt Invited 

,i, ,i!'. \ m„ -I.O.I. ;;"•■ Mr. 

Invited to-.-apjun thV 

1 ..it . V.iiiiliiin. dSBBSS ?-fH ■-■ 



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taWsenj 



h ,,| , ,, *, ..in..!- ' Varies I-: inu-'in ■-■ .: 
vo.K. ;e tfa mill"! »i the i"> : 



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nil | •■ '"". 

fi ... 

In 

' ■ ■ • 

thi • 

n'. few yea) <> ■ i'hei 
ui v , . , » , fii.im China 

n in ni i Ibuti d So t< 

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Bank Merger 
| . [FAX, .Imj.',' 30 i:o\.il 

lii.w ^it W*( 
1-tVioU ol Hallfiff | r »Tf'Y ; fll v;t 



1 ta uk 
,. it. . v. .',( work on the books 



ni. 



..; tin l.'rtloi 

.... ;., ;h'.' rnerg' r tit the Royal Ba.uk 
.,,,„! 4 nion Bank, and on their repnrt 
miill depend the baais 6f Hctth-tnent. 
The Union bfta "•" branchca in thjift pro- 
i'Iii, ... thtffl stvhiK the Rpyal | total 
In of thirty branches in Nova|Bcotla,, 



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DAINTY GIFT 






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I l;lit) Electric ' Muiii ' [< 
ti] ■ . anil i'ij •> i i mi a •. il : 



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IRONS, BOILS AND CURLS 

Attach'i Lo^-.an / i •• ■ i a* lutmdi 

1mm!" ptni i ■■■■■• cjtj RTy and tvi al - i tol nil [Ti 
[Jnri-Valled for a facT-j - iisc ailinmc or \yheii travelling, ; See', 

.Iter, in IVii'ii'l ' Vim ;r.i ■ ■ , llii!- i>;i-., 

B.C. ElectriQ Railway Co., Ltd. 

Corner 1 6?1 tin 1 




VICTOl^A JDA11;Y COLONIST 



■Friday-, July K 1910. 

i 



as 



PROMOTION EXAMS 
RESULT AN 

- A,- ' . . :. ■._ 

pctiins of Ar/uial L01.1&. 
■ tion I'oiJay— 7 Closing, 
cises Held in Many 
s 



Vav%- 
Exer- 



I I to 

•hools i 




•atlon in the public 
oi'tj om'mences toda ! 

n fta i losing 'l :, .v', and n U li 



f (In 



/ ipi nw afmobhi elnenl ui" the 

finding i" i in. |. .ii. Ms ,i|.<.u the :■ i ar'a 
ivorh Thi ■ ■• MiiiL.i li ults and 

tji KOTOW '-"M,-' ' ft ISVe r.'llii ami dis- 

,..,i and the term's^w-orh? I»dti*h4 
to' a closi 

Closing exercises of various descrtp 
liouis were held in many of Die 
Thesi were b ttendi d by 
of the school". boa i i i M. pai 
i nta and friends So. H itfd.reetl 
were deliyered and th-- i. ■., d» 
:ii- Instances received" a just, 
meed of praise ...;;; : >r 9*e -showing at 

their pupils. - 



BOYS' CENTRAL 



Wilfred 

Wall, i' e. 

to' 3rd 



Popham's Crisp Ginger Snaps, ,v li'- 
Popham's Mixed Biscuits, _• lb- .... 
Popham's Soda .Biscuits. 

, Domestic and Impgrtpd i jgltfeh' Fruits and Vegetables 



W. N. 
m-Divi 'M " '' i i J 

i nji c 

' Hodgson, 

Wills. Charles 



Winsby. Principal. 
!•:,, lotion I" '-nil I 
|y«]i i I ■ Old Ste • 

i i .'• . ; •■■■ 
MVjss, M<M\-|M. ., ,. tj) 



The Family Gash 

Cor. Yates and Douglas Sis., Phonr 






f-:. iii it-, 



grocery 




tv«ua 



i 



Esquima u & Nanaimo halfway Co. 

' ••■■ -■- — : — — — . — : ~~ . . .,._... y^ y 

■ CLEARED LANDS 

_JLhe Cleared Lots at Qualicurp Beach, 
Newcastle District,, are now p. the mar- 
ket in tracts of from^thirty to forty acres. 
For plans aha. prices apply to I. -H. 
Solly, Land Argent, Victoria, or L. if. "All in. 
Local Agent, Par^vviLle. ->^ 



-.\. a], 1 1. 'i '■• i-! i H • 

Dotlgl IH '•! ■ 

■ ster, J. 
I ■•> 
Ximnati Hall, Roderick B>ay, 
■■ lMiilln. , Elmer ' Titbm mi. .'-J-ffn mi. 
lib. Jam. s ' tr .- .,.' ( lardjiif. IS 
iwell Armand Poudrtafi William 
; i ,\li. .n ryiin. Witfuun Renfrew, 

Id Sproul. L'>ri|.'; i )"X". 1!.' Paul' 

N""ii.. \ ii.' ri WSjBS Ainslee Redgrabve 
Honor Rott;-^ 



William Harold Sroore, Chaiics JaclT- 
man /WrlKlesworth. 

Pnomotlons: Wallace Chester 'Alex- 
ander, James Kinsloy Bajrd, lYaucls 
Hilling.tly. Albert .Tolin Gpllison, ^eo. 
Kenneth Da Jgarno, I .eland IPraneis 
Darmon, Epbert OeofB^' T'linn. Benry 
Cecil (iillilnnd. Victor Kn> motnl tlrav- 
lin, Wifliam Ellas Huxtable, D'Alton 
Edward Johnston, Stanley EUllsworth 
Johnstph, Vernol Arthur Jones, Clif- 
ford \>. Aia.kiin. Claude Mathew-s, 
: Cecil Walter Mayor,- M'alcbbn Kurl 
M.rMiiiHn. Ifiu-obi Willinm M..010, 
Charles A.Texaird'er :\;nir. Crordon 
Bowers Eaterson, Chaflea 
i'aiiiiti.'. Daniel i;..i..Tts.m 
I'alw in 1 Hsjpr'ge \\ il li.i m«< .n. 

Pronjoied Crorh t*i reader 
reader Roberi \\ oottdS; DEn RECECOftc^ 
.'jni Elktngton, iciciiani Goodwin, 

Arthur Xasli, Ain.sli.- Ilrhu.'k.'ii, Urruk 
Wlnt-r, RbnalQ W'h.lttiaK'."" 
Arthur 1 l.-|.l.in 11. •■ 

Promoted from 1st rea.ler t.> 2nd 
reader- .Mark Ahhott.'.iitichard Cainjj-,j 
M.ii. Harolrf i-'iniiui.:. I'rci. Baile'y, 

llarves A l.'xanMi 1 . Mmiii..- Iluml"'i. 
Delmer U.i.uxrk. ■,i..lin Smnh. RiissbII 
Steele, Willie SniltJ), < 'lin-.r.i AdajA, 
Jack M m. r. Chester Alexander, 
Cleorge gbx, Donaid ^ene, i.rsl^-. 
Crbker, John W ai am, Vlfo' ent Town- 
sehd, 1 iai -rv 1 ..-'s .-• Jew ph M«llar, 

I i .1 .1.1 li.-rl- >, Sal.. it.. r. I l-Y.-.-m ..., 

in .1 1 ;i .... 11 James McKerl l . 1 !ecll 
Pynn. Edward ' 'am 'bell, Jobjx Pits - 
pati 1. !. . ;. qi -, 1 1 N-iii. 1 '■ ■•■! % i' \- 
an.l.'i. Georgi Spr oule. Clifford 1 PHI 

KOI), Ton. I. I 1 W »r I Ma' ' •' 

.. i...i. 1,-. Viuii.rsuii, iiMimii.i Bp^rrad- 
1 l< . 1 "■-' ..I ,\i. I tonahl. ' s , 

Division X 

n ,H h.in>.i FV.|1 i- 

K<a„ 1 -i Ah.-vu.!' r Wootto 
.1. 1... 1 tmeht, Ihu/^1.m.-i N 1 g iiaiii. 
and inni.'tuuiii: . Man-. Alexander, 
irdCox, Hai old Kinlanu, 
1 Miar'.s, u, hard 1 1 ■■■ ■• 
; . r 

QjAdstone T 1 Irrlck 



Division 
IfonorB-'Xellle 
Jeunp, -Winnetta 
Gertrude l.'.oldi-n. Netta 
Marjortc. Dunn, Utiirude 



Sinclair, 
Efteetl, Mina 



Laurel 
RTffby, 

Anderson, 
MUlr, Kutli 



=5= 



Pro! I nil 'My. 1 

i_>..' 1 — Bon_nie S 

Regularity ■ and 1 illty 

IWB, 

■'ii. 



-Hod- 
EJmer 



Miner. John Zarelll. 

Division XI 
'Rolls at hOnOJ rrnflcicmy, Isidore 

.1 1 . ,1 !. deportment, . r^buglas 

and i»une- 
. Wall, .r.l 1 IrrTpjv Klgin 

"Floyd I T hnn 

(iilbert John Gar*lli. Isidore Burns, 
Douyglas -innirv, Arthur Litchfield, 
Willie r.iitt.-ri'i.-ld. VtcjEbr Hall. Waiter 
rjrbpp. Willi.- Scott, w ater H"H. I 
iia.\w;i.r.i. Arthur WUliasason, Jack 
Townsend, Svdaey Sai 







<iailui>./(^ia<e Dun]pD, Olfye Tubman, 

Au_drej? Garter, Kva liarte. Margaret 

IBrandson, .Muinl Catruthers; Margaret 

Senlj'j Annie I>uneali'; Eva J'.hns .mil 

Mildred Johnson ami Bessie Middles- 
ton (ei|iial). Kiiiin.i WatSOn, WMnnifred 

Small, Marguerite Musson, trma 

Grceilon. Maud Mar.l..|ialil ami "Mfir- 

gar«i Winter (oqhall, Doro'tlij Sim- 

m. .inks. Sarah K.miI. 'Ma.l,\s WatS'.n, 

Gwendoline Stevens,, Alice Morrison, 
1 1 . -11. Ar.Dunai.t. ( iii\ 1 Lagan * aria 

J.o^i.:ijhnie (M'owliier. 
' Rolls of Hortor. 

Preficjettc,> .\>Mlie sincla In 
ajnd.1 ,1 '■ I'uiti.i.aii ;v|argiierHe Mussnh, 

t : /iiiu-iualii\ and Regularity \iai.i.. 
I Carrdthers, Margaret il'MUv.' La'ui 

.Jeun... WMimil'r.-.l Small 

Division vr Honor Pu»U»^-jC} iadys 

Keown, Amir.-'. Kant. A nin '■- .' M ane, 

Dora aim in. us. . Gwehnetli Ranti Edna 
\\ riglesworth. Dorritl i'uii_.'n.> 

I »«'i-.n h\ Neat Alan. m \\ .Mi in ., 
Grace Darling, Jessie Wotton Gladys 
1 M.-mcni.s, I luriil h ■• l"t,..\v . i s. |A elyn 
1 Colllnjg, BesBJj Hai ! >c bi \ loli 1 
.lame.-, \M. i..r RoblttSOn, Vt< 1.! ' Mark. 

Alary Sinii!:. Jessie Haywood, Hester 
Smith, I'.M I' a Clin, 1 lajsj Aii.ireiv.s, 
Vlolpt Mason, Ethel Soil Vie- 

nuia Lemmax, : 1 it low; Ahi- 

•Ji ■ i Mi time 1 H.i Rob>i ts Bertha 
1 Inrlinau . Rona ■ I lolland, Doj ' • 
Smith,, n- ,. Ban, 

Honor Roll. /* 
i'"ci. loncy-^^adys 1., -,u 

Dei m. at» \ i-i.-i James. 

. !:• gutarity and 1 . . Amir, j 

Ran! and D 1 >•• 1 ! 

Dtvtsi m -1 i ■ Honot rictor <Miung, 
Inia Milllhgtoh. Alal.l.' Aiiiin . a, 
, . aaon , Ah 03 ' h iw. 
Proraoti d 1 . ni ,. Keating Chris- 
tiana Drysdale, Phyllis Peirce, Win- 

t, Alil.lre.i 
llso 1 n Sargent, Beal rlci 1 
/■ Cii trylle 

IM. 1 : ah .. ud . ai vrtie, 

. . Lottie Puller ahi 
nie Nob ual5, Edna" Hums 

Jlaze.r I'arlitt. Amelia KeoTt, Alan 
Mel >i.nai.i, -Kate 1 'hue, 
Ision A-JII.— Lili 

■ enson, Rose I rakes, Alice 
red.dif. Kathleen T.nt. Margarel 
linn. End 1 

Dorothy Hastie, Vera Kelly. 1 a 
Smit^ rry, Margaret - 

Lillian Lucas, \'i\ian lona 

Cutler, l-.i ■• 1... Klorene* 

Parker .b . ;. . 1 . ide 



YOUR SUMMER 
ATTIRE, SIR! 






, \\ e li;i\ e the ulm.i Ninart 
w ('.iriiii; in r./Miilni) 'and Wv\ 
arc ni'.-t 111 \. .-tic 
( '1. itliinc; and \1 R1VS 
have ju-sl wnai Y ( 'U 



We carrv 
'unii>!iinj.'- to 
w act ami vyc 1 



clothing ili.u good i|i\ >,scrs 
S'..rk W'c I'.i. - RFMsi s los t 
the laj'LM st an. I l.c-,i i- ,. k 
In- idyinl in \ ii- 1 1 .1 1.1 



arc 

h..lt 

ol 



II. li ■• -I 



111 
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i)nccs. 



TWENTIETH CENTURY SUITS 

Perfect, [mporte'd ialni.-. i.iij..i«.! v-^li more than 
ary cue to j • ».ttf ■ >r<lcr or read as.yotj 

I 'i ice's $r5.oo to $35. 



u <lin 



TWO - 
easted 

SUI! s 
stripe, drm h l- 



PIECE SUITS 



--■-. -^- -■ 



nii.Vi'.. m 1 • J 1 1 



Thomas 
Vincent 

Robert 



•til 



-PLAIN GREY FLANNEL TWO-PIECE SUITS 

1 (niii.ie- breasl • a ... 

. Single- briwsted 

PLAIN GREY FLANNEL 

E ^*.-.i qualil . dbubi' 

Single- lu'.-a 1 .-<[ 

TWO-PIECE FLANNEL 

Xavj with whi 

SlhgTP '-• sted 
TWO-PIECE FLANNEL SUITS 

V i I .the \ • 1 est ft: 

ble-bre u ted ... ... . 

SINGLE-BREASTED TWO-PIECE SUITS 

! .'mi ' •: :■ cinif,.. a II 1 i-iw-"^,. g ,-i . • .-i-j.iiii 

SEPARATE FLANNEL TROUSERS 

In grev*and navv,.*ttlt whit Per 

WHITE FLANNEL TROUSERS 

l'i i pair- • '" v I " a nil. 

WHITE TWILL SERGE TROUSERS 

Per pair. I 

WHITE DUCK TROUSERS ""'"; 

SUMMER HATS 

...... . - 

Panamas, from ......' 

I 



$10.00 

9.0c 

. K-i.50 
. 12.00 

. 14.00 
. 12.50 



I 






15.00 

1 1 .00 
LOO 
3.75 
4.50 
1.25 



^— f 



UVll 



5.00. 



• 



W. & J. WILSON 

MEN'S FURNISHERS. 
1221 Government St., and T.raunce Av. 



Charlii B< I • ■ 11 

Li-nn/Jbt ■ ■ ■ I 1 I - .nder, 

i-harlic Abbott T..111 ll-rn., 1 IJarold 
r and Kugene Mathews. 

Division XII. MM. - Godfrey 

El ford. Anbriey Jones, 
Alan .Andrews, HaroM 1 McDonald, 
;\lorle\ - Tubman.,- Harry Dee. .1 

t. Konald Wtnl . ley Hun- 

\ - ■< . " 1 ■ 1 •■■■■ les. 

MM. I'r'imerll: llaiv.-v Johii 
• • Miller. Hepry 1 lordon 

-. David \\:i11aee, OiTU.an 
Donald, Loniin\- Davica. Andrew 

iwer Rldoni Dawson Wright. 

Ii.'iryl Elford. Arthur Lav»ry, R 

(foments, Prnesl Harrington, Nonald 

I'res- .«iW. 



Rolls of Honor, Div. IV. 

- Proficient -. rKennetb Gi 

Deportment — At hole Pierce. . ' 
tlarity and. Pitnctualltj Alexan- 
der KorreSter, Wlllla.u Mil 

Ulinl S:n :\!ina,h. ' , 

Divis.i.,n \\ i; '.mi, nded for pro- 

- l-'uri-i-s': 

.1 ' ■ Richard Rftmondst 

Edward Savanna' 

in, ■ GHzean Patersou, 11 
Bray, Q ustat Hamburger, George i:,-u- 

• Us. \\ illi.uu A! 

ordbn id he m . vvilft4d 

Billard, Arhule Peire 
P Charles Alll!ig...n, 

-D.-ii.jvan, 
I, iMMtford Kllpatrjcl Al.-- 

Donatd, J"im llalincken, George G 
jKbv- An-! . ■ Riddle, I'olin Eddie, 
Joseph Mason. 

PiijhMm passed from Dlvi :, nr \.- 
DjivM S1 ipli burn- St- ■ 

•■: Raj I'.'.iKl- l-aratt.. 

WootUu, '.Muisuaj! , , ,,■ \H_To Pi 
P.. tic 1 . Smith, 1 

. Horm . 
Her, K-nneii, liazen, Edgai 
. Joe Denovan. lioUnd 
ileolm Walu, Hertie Mugford, 
". ._ •,..,,. 

row t her, l"t 

' 1 :,' 

I. Mm !' 
! ' "'li, 

I C»ew, Allan 

Honor Rolls ■ X 

D 
Deport men) Lum li"... 
Regiilarltj am 

f Wain, Ei 
isoji. . 
Xewtbn PCi R iberj 

i' Johrison. ■ # 
elj Nelson, Alex. ... Tom 

lor. <-ecii Hay,' David ai. 



Wlnatley. X.-il Grant, Clifford 'Plum- Parser ("iiuaV. .;■ l-'let*. Mill 
iii.-r, Phin.as Alherhoii-- - il and , 

.!,• Tom Warwick, Oswald . Eeiws.T Ida Kong, Ei' . i-.-tt ' 

"Hubert Hayes, Rabin 1: »:■ m.e.J.. MPlttmrnti. B Don 

Hunter. Gordon Tic 1 >,-!.•- ■ 1 eoual). 
Ba)esi •' MMil.mnn. CUve Belben.jOi • ton, u>rna ' • n, Mildred 
Gllbi larelll, 1 • Armour. -1' 




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Promotion List. 



rtftk Tubman. Tuppi 

■ ;■ !: ■ Tan nsend 
Major. Robert Todd, Frederick U 
ton. Arthur 

Kl.leoul. . Deon (';■ 

AVrn. a- 
ih El ! - tweth Skene, All: 

lln. i-liff,.;.! AIcKitrifk. 

Rolls of Honor 

rownsend. 

1 Ity • aii.l Puueiualiiy 
Hay. VM.T..1 flnnim'*, I^riil Tubman, 
t-'Uflo: ,\ ,i;„. aieltwAinB: 

Boys.' "Central— Div, VII. 
ia.il.-- .,) hbnor^Hor ft 
Howard Bydney Knott. ^Deportmenl 
-Aii'ii Jamea -Frederic \ 

'..: r.-i;,ilarit>'-Vwin I 
nu.n Q rapp, Jo hH Albert Coij We 

-VU— «-, .-. ..it. -— ■ — ' '. '■ ■ ■■ . ■■ — t- .. . 



Syrnonds, liari.l Hayes. Raymond 
acre, ,\i.x. m. .<•?.'■. Willis \\ 

field. Bobby 1 ■■" llavward, 

Alan Hair vlaicnhn Dlskson. 11 

• .«,'-- Berti • ' BOrgjB' M 

Hngh Jai-y.-soir; Clifford Johns, I hi 

rank ZareH'f. Weatc-n Y..uui;. 
Rolls of Honor. 

Prof* Miry, Go nj ton. 

I 1 ■■].,. rtnienl. Jack Klford. _ •—- 

Regularity and pnnduaiitv. Aubrey 

..ioi.h-s. ; '-•.' 

In Order of Merit. 
rt 't.i I- Ira* iM-imer. Div. X'U: 
• th Wail •■-, vrtbur Wotton, Krn-, 

I nglish, Tomjnie Brown, Wilson 

Ifill, (»sw.)hl Ta.Gor.. Kcntteth 
A.iauis. line 1 Heatherbell, Ktitart 
Thomson. Chi heringten, Claude 

\ onnorton, l-Ved. Llitutield, l; 
Smith. . ' 

Roils of Honor. 



Robertson , Murl ^ 

;. . Jessie - I >■,. 
son. V 

oil of Honor. •. 
•'rtiiicnt— Kathleen- Lillian Tait. 

Pro Llllla 

' Punctuality- Aline 

Lillian Ma\- Henl.v, Isabel Jancy Lauri- 
S..11,' Evelyn May Lewls.jAlice Kliza- 
beth Pedi t i'luinin.-i . 

Division -XL tb blyislon X. -Ethel 
Wagg. Helen en . Unas, 

Anita Rossi, Aileen - I,] 

Ann. Mir,' Hilda Wtllsher, Xelli. Gr«a- 

ney, Hazel Partridgt Marjorte Morrj*. 
Violet Pliitniner. Amy Henly. 

Alci-athirr.. \M '1. ■ . ■ 1 Al- 

exatui- H < '■ c VI. I 

bell, via Mellor, I 
illeanor Par; it t. 

Rolfs of Honor. 
'• , Wagp.! 

i ii portineiit— 1 lelen JOfiUbS 

iluni.v '»and Puiiclua! ! ;,. 

th lleiil- a 




Islng is 



. in.' 



W. Newton 



rtiscment Writer and Contrnc 
Advertising Profitably Wri 

with Ana is ' 'atnplx II & 



Angus 




rtt .- 1 ■ 




NORTH WARD - 

J. M. Campbell, principa 



Tr.f T"n ; i-r!nl Rrm»ily for Aciditr of th* 

i b«, EesrUmra, Inar'-'tioa, 1 

f> ai Lrucuiioai, * Boious, ^ AUccUosa, 



K. 'iin.-tb Wait 
derlck Httgl 
Regrutai • i punctualli 

"••■ •- -..'' 

In Order of Merit. .';_...,...,- 

xiii tr, p . Kli: -Jofeni* ; 

frew. Norwood Ddctestesadei m 

nona, Vt Par- 

is ter, \vjiii. 1 ipi 

ence*, Harry Savage, Christopher Steik, 
s limn. k Johnston, < '•"' - 

don. Glililaiid, KUis Siintli, Albert 

Smith. 



pjrom<jtlons: . 

a ll.^Tn3hr-^ 

i'll, AVillium 
• I 



FollOWlUg is the li.Ht Of 
^Dl III to DivlqU 

■ . 

Aiuiousort, -Will run, 

Basso, Consuelo Bradeny Jack Curtis, 

Fred Dangerfleid, i\ Eurptl . 

Gltlen Harris Han Edii h H 

Violel ttaynes, Vii tbria Hill, '■ 
Jen in 

Idi : •- icl J .ping- 

I , ■ . I ■ 1 ■ 1 ■ 1 

..M*Ii\ ■ Ide I kley. 

Vfbore, R©: Pahper, Victor 
■ st. ■ irdphTet, M-*y Pratt; »-"i. .1 ■ - 
, 1., RoberJ 

Ruth Sebtt, < 1 ftv ni ,Se ts, 
ed.on.J 



■ 



Th» ,r , HTTi<'i»n% 

Care"foi ( lout, • 

Rheumatic G tit 

and CiraTeL 



P-ifrSt s.ri' mojt 

Gentle Medicine lor 

Infants, Children, 

Ceucnle i'eti. a ;"S, 

lod the 




LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Plione 77 1'- O. B6x 3O.V 



ft 



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Wi can Jftrpply iust what you wantJn lumber, 
•teamed slash, grain fir and tho latest " in front 
flush doors they are beautiful. 



.•^it^n and doors, 

doors . Mow 1 



PrnirWl 

• ■•slic 
Knott Stanb 



GIRLS' CENTRAL 

Miss Williams, Principals 
The promotion and roll oC4ionor lists 
at the Girls' Gentrtil school ;u- 

-yteci'in d P rliui't — fn — I ' Hrm ■iwrreir 



err '1 ,-i. 






Vi 



pithkr & ij:isi:r 

Win- • : ' *■ , 

rin' i \ itntMii; NelsOfi 



m"!^smaKWtMi^a&"M 



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It'sthe 



viOfUSE j n 




0U0IS 



/ 



EFFECTIVE PART Or A 



Washboard— Eddy 'S "2 in I" and "3 in ! 



Vie -.. 

Cfc'IMF] j 

ih .,rr* 



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the 



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ES in rhe 

nliiiit'il,. 



' < Most Improved and Up-to Da'c^ w 

Tin;\ ni.tK- ■■ 3 /'-m' i ■ '. *1 ' I : ' 

Also Eddy's Fibrcware Tubs and Pails 

Ma.ic in one 'lirwip 

\\ [11 ■ • • Will in' '■•••'■: riTjTjttI:-" J 

At I Mr:.- U | iLi'.ililr . 



• 



The E. B. EDDY COMiV^V, LIMITED, HULL, CANADA 

\ 1 \v . i \ I -v-- • ' ' 






■d S\ i 

. 

' • ' ' I •'-''...!' : 

' ;,.)i gc Mi 
Kenzle, Earle Peine, Eaul Alan Krug. 

■ n ' lar !... ' . 
Chew' K" 

. i ; 
c.OCk, Win. Herman 

I .- ... .'. . i. ■ j i. .. 

1 Wtibj , ■ ■ *1 f - ■• 

Ion, John 

Albert v. Robert Jamas i .■ 

A-ndre.w Smith, Robi rl Renou Do 
. ' . cm BaTagno ' ■ 

Intermediate Grade— Div, VIII. 

■ m .list rr..|-.i i . i ma si i 

i ■ ■ ;, ■ ■■ i ■ 

. Minn. 1 in m s Dell iert. i ;■ ■ 
VVhitnteij . VV.iHiam i II 

id Smith 
i ;,.. , . i ■ . i '|. gg t Wll- 

ui'.,,i- . -v 

(Mian, < ;■ irg< -..'.: i y ■ and Hal 

' tz 
Junior Gr*rJe— Div. VIII. 

roil Head 

'!•■•>'•! ■■!. i ta r rlngtob 

Bing 

Honor Rolk.. 

- , hiir , 'I- -1 ' , ■ .- •■ i .1, l c ■ -v-H-h 

■ ■ 

I ■• • r. , 

Ait. William Brad Mian 

; ill. Jon 

i ■ ' ■ y i -. vftl Pram 
from i • ' * i ■ ii Cho 

! la | ■ i. ■ -I [l ii.-.h. K , lie ill I . < ' 

,,, Willi Peari" ciaudi \ i mqi . I .eH 

ii.- Me Iv ii Heel ,'."., i.i at t*< 

I I ■ . | '• I . !, 

i . i Ei " l ' ' 

Willi" ! ' .1., tl 1-. i,. q 

He McDonald Danl IcLallan Wft. 

• . ' . " 

Honor Roll. 

! ' ■■ !-,,■'',, r (V \M .' 

| | ., ' ,.',. Q( |,,,l I :|..-l,l ' | 

.... r .1 

' K, u 
I njatii'\ iiffbi tl I >. Ala. 'kiln. 



'. . rang," M trrri n j.O ua n e i); - 1 .] H i r • 
..1. Elsie .'Louisa, ...Wi' 

. . vL-Viiiii I ; 4< 1 — -4--1+*.. ,-■ .'. n 

Uriel ,- C :• "-..!■■. .■ 

Lillian Ivy Andrew.*, Olive El 
J^PThrTTscTf r t 
wood ':• n i I ;■ thl inez'i 

n and Pcai I 

i ti - 

.,, r.i-. . 'i.. Gillil "ml. .1- 

■!. Ml I.I.'"-. i..u - 

\m.m. t Johns and Hildi 

iual), Noi ■ l 

May < .ilium, 
EIki. : lco> ill.) Mar; m,i. sab th 

mi. E vely n Pulle n and i-:- i HI". -mi 
(equ^l), Katie WaSI Lora hhe 

i . . Thiirlc 
son, I ait! Ma'i.i- Sfevei 

Hbnbl ' 

. i \ roi' t i . ■ 

i- ] -.,,. . i ■• lafh 

CMi.riytina Vey, Elorem i S'thel, Henly. 

I'rol'i ,. a ' MM,.-illlli ' \ ' ..II11-- 

Ion HI. 
I [pnOI - pupil - I M-llllfr 

iMnima Butler. Muriel Grant; Am 

■■ !:■ ■ ■ ban, 

LO«r*reiha 

.... binii i .iii.ut. 

i i'.,i,--!... . . . VUorenei Bi 

I , EtrH.i >■ ■ i'M '' 

I > I 

I >..!'., Ill iM&i 

\i . it " Plummet'. 

1 liVC'tcll i V 

Rolll ol li'ii.Mi Pi j' ; 



_Dc»j.ii ti.. 



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, 'I li.-blia 
!-. ,i -l . ;.,.- , ,,. ,,.-i...itiju u! U. I 

,,,,,,. in iiltj and regiflarlU ■ tlma - , "i" 
i nick, ■ iiii.b. vim i.- Lbngiand, ill • p 
i ;.'i)i. Bowrpn . ; ','.;,-■ 

Promoted w Itli ho 

pl ;,, I Gowea I'Mim .Irani. I,iti1an ftil- 

H 1 1, ,,i, ii,,, , am , niuk. Janet AI. .In 
', ,,, . ,, , ., [id . r, , , Hi (Is 

i; h] " i ■ :, ' Sl.inni. 1 ... Olattj 9 

House, -I Sim. . i hi i label Hal 

',uiii. .Mm; ...■-, 1 tildaS l.-uifliinui. J- "M- 
AHMiou.-. . AllCI I '■'■ IhgS, M cila Mu. - 

ii-i i '"..til PtuM ' I le Harki i 

\ iulol Vndei in, Katbl.- U Gass, I let - 
le in. ink. uba^b.' .Marjorie p-usey." 




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Friday, July 1, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILV COLONIST 



— Your— 
Holiday Needs 
Provided for 



We aro splendidly; ready to serve 
you', "tiff ybtfr i»vi| ■. s-itiv '.i.-ti.(ii. ., i i u r ' \' 

liii.tl c'hoi<,-c iii 



At 



stock affprfla 3 (hi/ mi 

ail-)iii'f.s*iil' nun's w.,i! Mr the h"' taj 

season, wilh the stamp of ..qualify' ept 



ir'tlele 



v 



White Duck Trousers, pet ;><''. Jl.-"' 1 

lo... ... .'.I- ... ..$2.00 

White Flannel Trousers, per pair $4.00 
White Serge Trousers, pej pair $4.00 
Yachting Sweaters, l'r I- $5.00 

Yachting Caps, ! I - . t,, . . . .$3.00 

Outing Belts from ,75e to ..-. ...$1.50 
Outing Shirts 1 i om $1.00' to ...$4.50 
Victoria Pennants, :ir.c:inil ... ..-50c 
Straw hUts, , < t $5.00 

Panama Hats tri all the new sliapt?s. 
Crush Felt -and Uinen Hats, ."."<• to $.1^50 
Fancy Hat Bands, 25c ' j S0o 

-Two-Piece Summer Suits 

In Kndless Variety, 




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FOREWORD: 

Be early, be considerate, our as 

sistants are courteous, we desire 
it to please you. 




REMEMBER: 

Our press publicity only deals with 
items of special interest Every* 
thing is reduced. 



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STARTS TOMORROW 



Store Opens at 8.30 



Store Opens at 8.30 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO., Ltd. 

F. A. GOWEN.'Managing Director 



To see o ur assortment is to secure a comprehensive idea of what the word " SALE " 
re a H y means. The prices we give below, coupled with the quality of the goods men- 
tioned will surely crowd ." THE FASHION CENTRE" tomorrow. 




<tt-,-i .- 



A Good, Safe Handbag 

[6 wli.it fvervla.lv needs in which to <-.. -v and other 

small articles of' value. We have a vrrv fine new stock of 

. Shopping Satchels, and can give you a vc'r^Jiandsonie one for, 

S.:\ SlS.OO. ■ -. ' ' 

from 5 "*™* $25.00 to $2.25 

Theiie.are the Ycrv latest i main -different lf&ft4!$, some 

bags fitted, -others' unfitted. Glad to have you see them at your 
convenience, whetheryou desire to- purchase or not. Corfte in 

anytime. ■ , 



Charming New Suits 



CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 



Ch'emisl 



B Government 






HEARS E 





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north mm 




. 



aptain Gaudin' Investigates So-CalTed : Corporation "of Dls-j 



Complaint That Officers' of 
, Petria'iYa Ignored Distress 
\vSignal 



,lln, agent of marine, has 
p'eeri\lconeiueMng an ; invest Ration 

-n'iiig charge* made against officers 
ofrthe HtKun.-r i 'tft having lttnor- 

^3 made tiy two nilnr'J -Saanich, Municipal ocr poratk m never 
\*i,.v were adrift on a raft ...in Port : had -Oogal nee.- Quo ' Warranto 

The men - wt^e: proceedings again of the caun- 

' Vi. wrecked launch ._$nd. wire On.B 



• — 



trict Never Had Legal Exis- 
tance According to Suprerm 
Court ■ Ruling- 



The result of an 'application yester- 
day In the supreme court before Chief 
Justice Hunter was In tttmei ttiat North 



I lurt-.when the steamer Petrlana pn 
\ The miners. who afterwards" r©ftC 

:• Buffering c'bjngWeyJ 

nplained that ,th..'y 

Petrlana arid received an -:tn- 

rhal from the deck, but "in-- 

.iBlead.,df .stopping to, rescue them 

■ '■nee. proceeded on her way. The 



clltors were'" before the- court charging 
that the ilefeudant assumed the <■■■■ 
-of. -a councillor, ai of a municipal • 
■poratlon, foi the district without any 
legal warrant or authority. "*" ' 

In March, itvotr, the lieutrnant-gdv- 
ernor In council lasupd batten Patent 
incorporating .the district and its in- 



. _ habitants as a municipality, the boun- 
fe £ tej&Sft&SJfti: ff£ {**&+** .ivori as embracing U.<M>0 



(Ken on deck and had' heard the 

■ td In consequence 
■rftft<is slowed down. He 

snme.tlnii', liut.as he.uid not 
■Sfr^-r— a rJjiaii and was unal . • 

. ,. I nlSI 



The 

trdetl- to 



■ 

. j rfc — o--— f— 



PS GETS 
PRIORITY OF OPTION 

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Dresses 



Money^erffe 1 *- bu$ better Suits than 
.you will observe- 'included in this sale, 
If it could, -yo.ii know 'Xa;rnpbeirs'"--*y 
v/ould have them. Note the. following 

prices : [ wr.-^T jg^ j 



i: Suits in .light' weight -. and 
tweeds, mostly small si/.es. Regular 
prices- up W $35! Sa- ^r r\f\ 



14-^T^nd New Suits, hahd<oine mod 
t)]' hg^ 1 ' d'd ciotiis,. bfat B die 

•.icdV.Ivegular prices, uv A 4 K r\ft 
dr-lVu- g.p IUcUU 

Ladies'lSuitS; iu't'hevii.i and 



As that is Just five and a half 
time's as much land as the law ~fcllo1?« 
to be included in Jhe itK-.orporatlon oi 



ligluiv eight sea.s.tnahle cloihs^-fi^g— 
'-uuirly, se-ll.ing up lQ (^ S ') 1 *\ 
;.kKrr Sale ('rice. $[£.{*) 

2 Blue Aipaca ,§uits reduced 

ptionally t#w figure ^-7 g^v 

; of tpi.Dv 

All Children's Dre4$es and Wash, 
- Coats iSre^tly "Reduced. 

All other Suits reduced to wairant 
aft ^unusually quick clearance 




usive 




6- Very Handsome Satin Coats, u in 

long, satin lined. RegularK sel; 

m£, $10.00 

.2 only, S r rlk Lace" Coats, lined. Sale 
"\1 nought • .down (J» jA AA 




Special Line of Dresses- --ask to see 
them— tomorrow — marked d(.-\\ n -ta- 
ll at .$5.00 

Princess Dresses in faricy stripes and 
cftambrayr' Regular ^n /\/\ 

$4.-50.' _ Sale 1'nee ■,.. ipp»"" 

"3 only, Pink Chambray Dresses. 

' Re Jul ar S5. Sale- ^O ftft 

I 'rice ,.......'...... <p0.yU 

6- White Organdy Princess Dresses. 
■ Reg u la r S6 -. S. a 1 •• tf» A A A 

«])4.UU 




ses 



Special Line of Odd Blouses, vakils- 
i'rt.m Si up tto fe, in linens Cf\/% 

'.and law.ns. Sale Trice «jUt 

] Fancy White Lawn Tailored BlouSes, 
emhi-iiidered and : colored. AA. 
Regn' -ale Price yUV. 

...'• Regular St .50. -Sale ..L'rke ... ... $.1 • I 5 

Regular $1.^5. " Sale Price.. .$1.25 

Fancy White Embroidered Lawn j i 
Blouses and White and Colored /. 
Tailored Blouses. R< g ^» I *1 C[ 

.ular $2.25. Sale Price. • «]) I. • I OV_ 

■■; Regular Sj.75. Sale I'ricc. ;, .$2.00 jj" 

Net and Silk Blouses, colored, black, 
ei'i-u and white. Regulitr ',(£*) AA 
'„,, ti, $=;. Sal.- Price . . . «])£.yU 




2 only. Hand-made Blouses^ iifLt-awd 
lace \.ik.-s Regular *« A/| 

mt I'rice. :..... ipO.UU 



, TLntt-fnl Whitr Lace Co- ^r~*~ Alined Lace ■ Coats, brougbl dout, .3 only. Very Handsome Blouses, with ^only, Very Handsome Lace and.Nct 

or.:^:.-.^ J ' n : c .$io.oo ij^t^^^^ . ^5 M •■ ^•-$5.00 - : !-^,v,;.^,;; : ::::...$5.00 



CMWM 



a municipality where 
-LtLulhe. are a and ' 

n solti rind regWr--! tM'l in 



*ojjmaitfi,,e\ 

i-v.n tptS_ 



t innica 
I Stdae, 

a town of many ' lot.s and altu 
inan ■ I - so MtUS '.size of a munJ 

.pality . iriohtditu; ■■■■ 





_albriggan Vests, "Ellis","- Bran . 
spring tv eec tie ril'hed. nrrer Io--e th' 
"" t ' h a "j >eT' 1 1 n s ltr in t; . a UU— - Ai- wfaffc 
: " Sale Price 



Point 

.-. -US 



l-ef-Croft 



:,:WIijtin^, Qu.asnauk ; e^ 
5te r ~m i u 'e (H5y^ : Cr4ief-5 u st ic 



Determ 

jit Favor of Plaintiff 



vs. ■WhJ-t-Ing 

■ tri.,1 

cori- 

liefore 



2,(p(J0 acres.' 

The Municipalities Incorporation 
in ifferoncn -t-. : _n. ' -Rfj 

:Tct municlpaii ilea. . atatesr "'' 
".No land MJiich I: 

town, IntH^jj 

f iled In I ■ ■ 

registry. -oltic i.' of the land reglBtryic' 

trlct wltiiln %vl 

cdpallty is si where theTrecorda pi 

■ i 

>u "air lots. 1m 

>and thul not loss than 20 different own- 
i*d-erS -ft-r "hTll 

bo. included within the boundaries 

• • ■ PS1 

Int.' a difi.trl.vt. ,nr lnw.nMilp or^miinicl- 
pniity ttntesa .'tii.'tio> eo.h!dltioha and 
provisions; ol MUllUnr: Bi win, tKe.ex- 
centiDn..,j2.f_ j sul)scctlon (' ■ effit'ol 

this ac t hav * 1 : 1 r«~ 1 iSSiT " c oTTipTl^tr Wtth: » 
! 

' : ' 
■ 

j "Thi th the.petltlon 

- ■■..(.•,(— in llif 
rentoi shall n 
ett of 

,1c 
f' ■iiiiniit .lis.-.ntitir. r 4il a .a^thfi, of- 

iinr Tor th. ' 

inunicipaiity- ■ 



" Ladies'" Cotton" Vests, ■-•" •<■ -' k. shtut ' ■;.' ''''"''''!, 
" sleeves and no ^^^"Xa^resnZoUon VestsTHow ncck 






w*. 



^—Hriar"; I ''-- : e 
Combinations, i ,• in hyeathur 

la», ' '. Regular jy 

';••■■. ... 



Fancy Wash Collars. ' R & Embroidered arid I.inrn Wash Collars. 

lllifeJsl£eveL_ .rp-fci jjgi ± Price, two j A^ ' t . 

Re. git 1 a r- i,?:,. ""Sale 4 r . .. fur a '•.piartetv" or. each . . : /. . | Ut '' Sale 1 'r-u-e, .-U^ ......... 

z A .'TOce. .,:.■..:..:........... IcJl ■ '• ,,''_.. ', _. '...,/,-,.:.' :,..., 

0UC EXTRASPECIA1. 



"Ladies'^et ton Vests, wit i- - 
ii. slec ■ Regular .^v.; 






r> r long si* *\flr 

...ZjC - : - il Price, Si. Sale Price, ... , JUL 



White. Embroidered Lawn Collars and Splendid Line'bf Linen and Lawn Col- 
Cream Lace Turnover Collars now- lars. .daintily tritium. v i 

J\ e g ti 1 a r $Tl ..^ , i. i 



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luced I" ' the Sali 
. 



I5c 



e... 



Sflfl| .. C.I5-. 

•' 

' 

i until 
Tiie pari 

niUmt .}■' ■■ or >x< 

; to the regiktra • the i~ 

had iii V'lsii- d in the l^nfl' 
.:. ... Phuii; 

ihitng 
The matter ■ 

d t.„v relief .Ins' 



terday mofnfni' Iding thud Whit- 



ing aottjd . .iniioelyitl.y rmd this being ;i 



ntinsnuttr i etitrtl- '"tosr ie np'illi. • ta 

.. j thefr r m forf eosta and p 

, t thsfetrt ■' ' r6lal 

< in the •<'•'■ ilt' ""I 1 ' 



n- 



•' 

ot the la 

■ ., their ■ , 

1 ' ^S ' 

• - 

,u. , • : Bodwell, H ! " 

' 

K. C. "repreai 



. ,i mui i of North 

' . I i> .-. ■ , .. n , 

i ■ ■,.,■• i ad thai !■■ 

- I tor the rUtM 

■ ;■ • 

o — ■ — 

lave tig) 
.v p, mlttip« ERIi ii"« a Boundr - 

atid >.'.o- 1 hern 

..;, Sq ...III 

tnd . ' 




Gloves 



"Campbell's" is recognized as the 
Headquarters for Ladies and Misses 

GlOVeS r-s=ir 



60c 



Elbow Length Silk Gloves, double 
tipped, in na\\, hrowti and ' dn.^v 
B <■ g n la:;' ' 1 <' 


HeavylSilk Gloves, doilfeli ; ",■ elbow 

length, na\ \ . lii-ow i;. gi i j I'io '; 
ini ■ .'-.- and cardinal Reg 7C/» 

r^2T' ular dt^ , Safe Tin e , f jl 

"^■>Stlk Net Glovenr^M^'itli l- 1 "''' tin-end 

. in Idaik and white. PA. 

'Regular Si. SaK; t'nee OU\> 

Parasols, In tnerceri silk, in M.el... 

while and colors \ aim-- Uf) AA. 
to SJ.^5- SalevRncc... „;... VUl, 



\ efei" ■ 




^1 

Hosiery 



25c 



Parasols 



Silk Parasols, in Wacti and ad! CotofS, 

inmnicd \Mth elufl'"n. \ '.ilu«-s up 

to |'S S a 1 e 

I 'i ice. . . t 

Fancy Dresden and Figured Silk Para- 
sols, also Fancy Embroidered Lawns. 
Values up to S4.75. 
<a\c Price 



Ladies' Hose, with lace' ankle-, in rj 

, ( u.! .\.\ ,,ii:\ lM r :;ii..;i. 

ijing ■<< I "'ir I'ricc 

Odd Lines of Hose, m na\ y Stid (liani 5 
pagne, l.i-ie. fOfte^aiar^ Of. 
seiltng i"i' >■" ■• S.J. Pi it 1 . . . Zt«3v 

Fancy Black Embroidered Lisle Hose, 
also Fancy Check Lisle, in cham- 
pagne, na\ v and tan. 1 V 
ular ;;( Sale I'rice. ... 



12.50 



$2.50 



40c 

, plain 

75c 



Ladies' Hose in Black Spun Silk, plain 

and lace ankles. Regularly 
Billing for St^5. Sale I'ricc 

4 Pairs only, in Silk, All-Over Lace. 
Regular, per pah", $375, tf*! OjC 
Sale I'ricc. . - •' yL.L%J 




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VICTORIA BAIL Y COLONIST 



Friday, Jufy'l, 1910. 



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Sbe Colonist. 



TU» ColonUt WnnUnK and rnblUMn* 

Company, Limited liability. 

1311-1215 Broad St., Victoria, B. C. 

j. a h: MiUson. 

— — > — ~'ib ; ' 



The Daily Colonist 

Delivered' by carrier at 50 cpihs per 

nirniili,' If |i.ii,l in advance. 8.0 centB pier 

s ..,.i,iii if paid after, the. mill Of oaali 

month Mailed, postpaid, to any P*rfc 

f Canada, exoepi the oltsy or aybui'bari 

QlatiHets, which are ooyered by our oar- 

., i ■ o\ the I'nii'-iJ Kinffdoin at the 

>■ owing ratea , 

.^i.. year »»°o 

i Monti,* ' * ' -■»" 

Three Months . .'.. 1-25 



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otherwise 'i convenient to jgro there, 
Beacon Hill purk Is an excellent ln- 
Btitutlon. and ftp une ran place loo 
high a value upon It. The North Ward 
perk Is also well placed, ,js oi.jB.reat 
prfesenl val^e an^ wfli 'be more 'vkiu- 

able in the, t u t ur.-. The oily nark at 

the c.orKi' win be very valuable by 
ami l>> e, hot as yei it is uoi much 
used. There is nn pandora aVjjmte a 
tin* iriaiiKi.lur s, ■• thai Q0uM «IUi- , ,.,,, ,,„ ,„ , , , ,. ,, 

**} '!""'' «?"*: ''. """ , ""'; •' 1 " 1 Empire has nearl, ..-..U,,,. ■!,, Jmii. 



avhs. it followed that there must be 
srHrie body representative of the citl- 
aen\ of eac^partner stale to whit h 

the VoreiKn Minister' and his sobor- 
ili nates should he rcspotisi hie, which, 

should e'xorei.s,- control avei (the Im- 
parls] I afence t 'oinmitmo ami i he 
i.b n.rnl Sliiffs dependent on It, and 
which, last Ihjt ii"! hast, should <ie- j 
fiide the extent in wh.i./h f.i.eh (larlji- r ' 

shonhi contriby.te to the u'pKeep at the 

■if. ' ■ '.! 



London 


Office, 


90 - 98 


Fleet Street, 




Friday, 


July 1, 


1910. 



DOMINION DAY 

, Pftrty -three years a,go the Dominion 

I ' , • . : ; . Into being. It was 

largely In the nature- Of "an <\- 

.■nt. Several things con tributed 



a nli'e little park. V.j.lor;,i W'ost and 

' 1 1 1 « ■ p.ut oi the mi lying around < lali 

EfSy junit.ion aiv without i'iu,- pub- 
lic places. We think In fairness to the? 
ell teens of those loi a ui lea I lie |ai k 
oughi to i t e ,vii|i|iijeii. n «.■ are to 
has'e those open places In tha city, 
now is the tiiiie y io provide fhem. Land' 
w ill ne\ .i be a n.V| , ■ i i ;■ e I ih ij is 
now, and is .erlani In Increa.-a in ^'il'tev 
ue. if we (in not provide i hi pa i k - 
aow, ur will either have'to do with- 

• n:t I hrnl or In pr. iiari-,1 t.. p) i f 

pretty round s,nm for tie • 



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II 



■ ut 



tin Ii. anil that ii; 

oi gti nlzal 'mi. 



a duty 

'his is 



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HEADQUARTERS 
FOR SUMMER. 

FURNITURE AND 
FURNISHINGS " • 




■ i 

CAMP FURNISHINGS 
AND EVERYTHING 
' FOR THE SUMMER 
COTTAGE 



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STORE CLOSED TODAY OPEN TOMORROW (SATURDAY) 8 A.M. 



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to. bringing about thi union pi the 

four original proylnL-es." Among- them 
.. ,.- '.sire on the part of the Mari- 
time 'Provinces to .strengthen their 

lal position^ which Bad 

greatly weakened by the expiry of the 

ty Treat, ■•< isj4. Another 

was the Wish of -those, prov4»< ■ - 

secure rail connection with the proy- 

of old Canada, Another was 

mxiety of the. public meh—ef the 



the ben< Bt oi fresji air and pie 
'surroiinellngs. Workltfgmen 'and men 
of business need them po that they 
places where they can go 
with members of their 



• "■■!. B :. "" .<-i.tit..Jlotir. 

ty CouncifwHl lend a-favorable ^ear" 
O^l Canadaa and the British Q - . la ^ e requeai^of those who ha-, 



mrnt to provide some sort of a cpun 
terbalanee between Upper and 1. 
fo^urio ^ f ew prophetic souli~Tore- 



iaw in a union of the" provinces the 
mdation of a new natlon,-wh4fh un- 
der-the British litiK might attain great 
nown. The first ~step towards union 
as taken by the provinces of Nova 
otia and Prim rd's Island, 

nd a conferemce was held at Char- 
lottetown for the purpose of consider-" 
nip the te,rm» under which the three 
»' 'governments might become one. Be,- 
ire the deliberations wwe eom, i 
the project of a wider union was 
I hid by 'what was then the gov- 
(■"■'ivmien't of Canada, and after "a p- 
ii ••• ^confederation 

' was .t o'ifsummated, although -Prince 
Edward'k. Island held aloof. NVit'htn 
a sh.: the ii idson Bay., Terri-j 

mry was acquired by the newiy-formr 
then Prince BSdward'a 
land and' British Columbia threw in 
thefr lot'vvittt it, and we had a CW 
.•da stretclTlnp from ocean to a.cenn. 
. Possibly no .better idea can be form- 
ed of . us of the Dominioh than 
afforded hy the fact, that the Brit- 
mdertook to guar.in- 
: -ii for t i ruc- 
tion of tile I; .■■■■ 

was tlmiiKhtto hv ilou'btfttl If the 



THE CONFERENCE OF 

Some attenti on^ is being paid In 
England t.. tlie Ihip.-rial t 
to be held in mil. Air. L. S. Kni.-ty 
recently read a p.ijiW p "fjefore the 
institute Li, which h er- 



llt of the Dominion would be good 

enough to enable i raise the 

money. ". Nowadays private indlvidttais 

• gti ' to the money centres and raise 

• ly for all m under- 

'.xitiKs uit'anada. and 'th"e -Pro\ I 

of.. B<4ilsh Columbia feels strong 

— i~lfmnitgn, tlrUincially to pive Its grnaran- 

!• •', for, a ■ 'nn of , money than 

it was proposed to expend at the out- 

>et updn tin Intercolonial. 

...■■■■ In the forty-thi is that have 

• I the Dominion has grown vaat-» 

i, ly- otherwlae_.-<na'n territorially and In 

~" ■" '*"We • ' It tin's grown na- 

• ' tionally, It baa assumed the functions 

Of^aJoattoni J'ho.se who recall the de- 

"biitKs in the confefleratlon campaigna 

■will- remember that there were some 

tin. de who feared that "the 

t.iiijish.nent of,.:the.-DominWin would 



■ 'I'he-Lniif.irm to be wpm in the Kan- 

•• .in \.it , u ill i)i 1 In sa as those 

"in in Hie Royal Xavy except that 
be I'M II ■'tis'' will I 'ear I he in,( pie lieif 

nstead of laurel b-aves. . 



Such places are needed. The-,- are 
needed as plaj^ mounds for. .^I'tiUlr. 
so thajt Hi" iini- folka 

reet* Thu are needed tpt> "rhoi Ii 

efs Who yVi^h (.• take 'le >• 



'i'he people at btamipope m-t.- .soine 

I I.,,) '.LlltM e.'el ;,r,.. | ,1 the ! 

ui n'.u 'tbei-u ta i aban- 
don "i ! . I i i -. r • '•• I i rOUtl I ■' "la- 



h.neev i oi .;,; ahirjgi They tire need- 
ed i" J "mo.-' pee resorts w he! e • 
they can no ■ and enjoy 



.loj'in HulK'.riie ain't ' ■ ! Ik nmc 
#iWihe- has We'n.u _<i'<in' things 'jest-the 
. sane - ' 



n tlie worst prophets of <-\il base 

• ■!, sill nf ii,.V i hiit a splendid 

rainfall has oournaj all (.yer those 

.rreTr^i^day^-woric la- d o ne a n d 1 :!»■ * ■■ Of ^he-^Prairle-lTnVjn, , s where 



fa e Jthey hai^e been sa liacL 

-!!-iyr'i| the Ulleat. " 1&-' 



titione.d for the establishment of - a 
pdrk somewhere in the v icinity me n 



tloned in their request. 



took the jiositioj, t-hnt tin rence 

ought to he" i>i. .\.-r by .tho 

King and th.d it ought to provide for 
--tb- tion of 'The office of Minis- 

ter of Inip.-rial AffiiirA from the ad- 
ministration o/' the Crown 
And Dcpenden^lfs."- For the Klng'fe 
ilde at such a. -conference would 
Jjaja^dJepartdrVti of the^most novel kind, 



them in constant consultation with 
the— B i l t'lsi r-Miivfi t te r of •in ipf iKH Af - 
faire and Vltli e a oh Other , W e > quot e 

the following from the summary oi 
Mr. Emery's paper 'published in .the 
London Time?. 

II- had more than once laid I 
on the '-importance Of any bodl \ 
delibe ■ [mperial affairs being. 

in close touch with the ell 
every part of the Bmpire and in. a 



the Hope fountains. 

rvr- v— -- : w-— "T- . I 

_.v lei" is Sa uinler CI i 

' n In l;:u.t;lanil f..r the piin|tise-J 
king a 'trans- ttranttc \ bji I 



The people of Sd John, bo says one 
of the. newsp ■! that cit\-, are 



hopeful that they .will bavj>_ the, 
post ' en un Sunday. As mails 

are to "oil tha,t 

ask, sin. old we")iot~get out letters out,' 
of the ,.i! a . .• " Why not indeed'.' 



■ The international yacht rajea will 
tak"e place teday, | 

Viicl, t Club hoj.es that all 
Who have bunting to Btng to the 
breeae will see -that it is hoisted. This' 
Is a. suggestidn that ought nol to 

necessary .on Dominion -i-Ja^^J^n 

of our friends think it -rs, -ctmi so w. 

make it.. ■■■■' •, 

. B_ 



We are vorry to read of- "knocking" 
on the parf oi some oi the new towns 
although w- expect IT would be 'yer> i„ the" Central Interior against 
much to the taste- ' of His Majesty 
Geogrge V*., who is noUiIng if n o an 
arde.pt ■Imperialist. Mr, Emerj s sec- 
unri suggestion is tantamount t t», & 
propeeai that a new department of 
state shall "be • rrated. and 'wo 'too* 
^upon this with' a go'ocL deal of 
but principally as ii means to. an end. 
We .should regard )t as a prel i mi nar y 
Step to"~Trrf lniiM rial Adinltiisu^ution, 
charged with subjects " oJL.Such tuna- 

mportance to 
Affairs, TTTuT''"apparently would . ha\e 
eich self-governing Dominion appoint 
a. Minister tor. Imperial ..'.rnai 

\n-:. ir«, ^nd apparently would' have 
in 



i tlnr. There fa plenty of room on the 
map for them all and plenty of -de- 
ment in sight to make thfiii all 
ntres. Necessarily sonie 
of theih will be more important than 
others,:hut neither of them is benefited 
b..- decrying any of the other pla 

'.T— -, ' • -'0-*>t 1' -'■ 

—i. ■ » ■ 

r. tcrlce of Jijtlit: third d> 

by the police ill ©ttl 

brought to the ii ne of tho 



«, he^toak—oecasion during the 
fotirse of. a trial to say "those ohargefj 

with adminisitring the~ JiigH* citify ot\ 
• rim iiiiil justice. lahdtild r*'fraUi iiom^ 
Pl.s log prisoners with niifisiiona, v i. , 
Ing thohi^n, ctiMody.^ anil takta^ an ] 



uhfau - advantagie, us was* the 
the pri. s.'..uer.',' 



Mr. J. p. Mann has retired .front the 

never h« to 'criticize" the 

a^ta ' or wh e ne ver it 

thought they needed it, -*but it has no 

iltattbn In .saying that Mr. Mann 

position to 'giM- -4 ',.„ .- hc .. i1it ,,- 



.rjDjci.)rnmt-ndaU,ons, and i! r that 

reason .that he believed -t»he .yeyclup- 
ment of the Confereni e_!system ' 
likely t-o lead_ to fa* -better rt 
than the Ml 
nominated Ol 
oil. . The p*riiaL---miii:-iers atf tiding 



the fiTM Ini|.erial nee should 

I the early ^c.anc-e of the £ft 
which bound British Xotth America 
f« United Kingdom, ' and tTTere 
eh— times _»lnce when_weji- 
Ing patriots held the mistaken 
that the autonomy of Canad 
rncons.istent with ._lBi ; .itb2h^o'nni 
But all persons now see how mistaken 
such ideas.' They "have ' seen the 
tics betvyeen tne jJomlnlo,n and the 



-Em t dr e j-- /rf yffgflwHi<H l, so that todo f 5« 

iii in the ."permanence 

iTiTrabrie tb a has 

I y rBrc ^ K0 ^ hi ng-tn he 1 sham -■ 



ga ut iw they' look, back over tfti; 
he pasl forty-three 
' that is If they consider the progress of 
their eppntry and I 

f the woilil. We 

' - ' - ! there, nave not been 

Could wish 

VN'!--o;.l.iit (.'nJht-:-- r b'T r, e 

the pro 



Jtnes that make for permane nt bi 

iok forward to'"The. 

ty i livelier hope. than W h 



t. -W'e all v< ali/.e Ibal the 
fly tourid 



It see ms as Jf th e b-ssori "of" Domlnbm, 

"'ur duty, as 
to ' cultivate the higher 

;n that there are het» 
things than fmrfj 

a till; Alle'. ellip- 

■ ■ Canadian spirit which 



•ill b< aollilvK sbTTT of 

■ ■ ii ion of tin- Do'rninion aa to 

■ it bin -th-e"T"nTpT" f e" 



ANOTHER RARKi 



or delegation rs of parlitL 

who >rould meet together,' with 

a slmiliii ion from, the United 

( the 

".rBsWution - . safer- 

which would then be hubm 
to them for their -<nji- 

■ I to. those \ h iitid' 

vote^-tiii- delegates would not sit easily 
be tempted ; to.... turn round under the 
Influence of local prejudices 
considerations -••; nal or p 

-aU vi i ntSgfn wjuin tlioy r i itu r ni»d. — : rirr- 
Irit reduction of. p i> Ilamentai ■ 
tions • of. ponri . 

t 

".harr "'been — Uoii« so uir. KJtpertence 
had shown that such' depaTtpj 

nai.le wllffi* tl ■ 



Charge of the duties oft:. 
Industrious, painstaking, a.nff on the 

Wjiole- a \er.\ Useful" Offici fi. ' \\ f 

him 



every succf-ss. 

•«- — '■ ' ->, ^. , . r o- 



vilim-- ne<Y's„ ;i rv |',, r tj lC .proper '.amipment ..u^.tli.i^.rrr^i-Qj found here. - ] r urni- 

lUte, I arpeLs. C u Ft.; tins, i nblc-uarv. SiWt¥^LAr^C&t^Ty, etc.— a 



ions ffiiuni, i n coin. » -- — - - > - 

poc,r- ssefa«fee> 
'buen '.'du i ie st> far. Kx-periencc •filing-- anyway, and I 



on for making them 
besides 'the actual business- whit 
mighl i to ', forward.. . NVhy. 

should not -the oi'i.ro.'iatioii ..;• King 

ide the occasion foi 



-nciiii rmal Inauguration 

yii destim '■ '-.I, to bi 1 

significance for 
re~ of rn rmtrfe 

such ah as 

tit-leg usefulness . 

an adjunct - to rhe CtftOfefeftce would 



l ong the ConT embly 

■ i onslitnte ,\ ,!,-!!l . 
not .\cry ftCfi i:<1 from a 

-Parliament ot Empire, 



l-Mi.l M ip.-r' 

had ■•>- '.ii urged' tho com-. 



iiniii i oniroi of ail matters thai 

Toim'n'oii to all parts Of the l-ai 
and pb;aded for tl illshmCnl of 

LLth'e besi tntejllgt i nent In 

'' B° r J d < Tl "' e^eTtlhg,, 

i r is thus surhfn 



' The— charges *3fi sleeping cars "are 

cusalon The rrtihvny people, 

say t hat: they "lose on" Tl ie- cars. That 

as an Unary contention. 

■ ■ h'H.Ptiy .lb- 
, but neither does ;i locomotive 
:tfiT the oth, r'l.aiid the fold ; 

not 'in, ut tli 

more than without Iqcomotlv^, Tho> 
maintenance of Pullinah as . vird-; 

boch arsjed Up to the general disbutse- 



tTtT'iits Jir'ttie iln'Os, and not set 

11. An orditiitrs 



ompaniee 

aaiikfu'l that th- 

Ended; 
something better. 

,;'..•■. : b-r ■ 



\\e h.i,\ - Been 4t .state, c in a .\ew 

erunsv Icit paiper tiiat toui Hfer^-siai 
ther repn of all • y, 

p-rfuil re hung in | 



the Legislative Building in Frederic 1 

• 
iauij.t_.v-alu.e. Ti 

-George ami his (.Juceiiv. laird '. Sh'.'tfi. 
.•nol i.iiiil, i flei i first 

Tiftme'd .are the work of Sir .1. 



v ,! '■ . rhpathy w (th the-' pro* 
.--pdaal 

•' ' ' nark 

* I lie inter- eit ion ■ of 

■■"'■'■:■ la 

.Th I ■ ■:• ' I ■ - 

i, mi are" '■'>■<< '>■ ipen 

in tin- ■ ■ ' '■ • we lint . in 

,,,,,! , nai lh> ■■• v, In, p, ; i!,,,,,e s | 

■ ■ • 

vei largt ii 



ngM'Bat lm| 

i 

■■ 

Itmllty e 
< >i st. i i Che paj 

bi ■ imp. in. 

, ■ 

tlTtat arram.'emcnt. \\ Intl. 

r ~6r In 
i i.' • .. | . 

pd fx'pi 

■ ii iinrt 
V single . To , . 



Reynolds, ami. the olbt-rs- ari— ■by-f?r»- 

. ,. ;,ri.,iliic- 
t.fruis. and are snbf-to be pflcelel 
This is hardly. a "discove ry." for it has - 

II rl for a long Hum That thi 

porti iii edlngiy yaluajije. It 

.... 

to kiln-, he port fall Oi land 

Sheffield Vas^ fignii^ ,1i/ .-, in 

t ernmerit lb 

that It 
if .Jias-frT-rrt— iisr.ir^«^ l .,ai target, -'i- 
told at the tilm 

,- -) ... • [alii i 



I 




LET US IMPROVE IT BY ADDING SOME OF THESF~~^ 



"' 



--•'? 



m ' ihv "m<^i u-ciri.o.Mjift^tlTC diniii^-rcMm— furnislied crmifnrtahly and at-, 

-traciireh'. And it isn't a difhiuilt mauc'i', eitlier. if -yon ch<ios C -\viseh . 

We h<>ve 'tl'iiK' much in ...make the choosing easy I'm- you — we have ^atlu'red tog^her one.ct" 
the .must coni])lete anil C"i]i|,rclH'nsive <lis|)layy>-« -f diniu, n furnishings ever at tempted in t'he 



West; 



-Cdiik* in and secjhe showing 

Choos 



; ali afe'liere in excellent vtt lety. 




cse 




it 



An Excellent Choice of Extension Tables Priced From $7.50 

~- — ^-ttr-Trru .si-admti < fclic importaiice ; o£ the 6\n\ng-r6ork. taS 1 e. &le4»jp>.ti ly. Js. it n e-n o s s a r_\- . I'c r 1 ! 1 c " -; p r c a 1 1 , ' * 1 >ti t 
the cliief-criKinicnt i,)f the rponi — at least it should be. Aiid it is. if it lias' a stylish- top. .What is more a<l- 

iinthc (lin'iii^'-rniiiiii than the iicnutiful -d dinin- lahlv^' ' . -..,'. 

\\ <■ warn yon to conic in and see the .splei.idili^t'aliles we' are" showini;' on ; our h>nrth ilo'or. There's a wide 
va.net> oi styles— round and..s<|uare tops, in pedestal and regular styles, and dit .several wtajcls. and finishes. 
You'll find your' laid e in 'the 1 o t^- ~Pri ce s' a^e- e a - y . . . - - ' ., 

Early English Oak Finish Extension Table-. .$15.00 
Early English Solid Oak Tables, Trom . . ._. .".$25.00 



Golden Fir Extension Table, ftQta ... $7.50 

iolid-pak, Golden, Extension Tables; from.. $12.00 





Q 



3 BUFFETS 

— In Both Design and Easy Price 

Chic styles in buffets' and sideboards are ready 
: for you here' on oUr third floor. Come in, and see a 
wide variety of styles in both the Mission arid golden 
oak style's - ,' 1 and see also sortie rich sideboards in ma- 
hogany. . v 
• If you are one of the .many-W&o admire the Mis- 
sion' style dining-room, we suggest that you ■ inspect 
our showing of buffets in Mission design.. We have 
the chairs to match and the carpets and hangings, too, 
and no other store, in thelcky is so well equipped to 
"fix up" such a room as is this.- • . 
Buffets- Golden oak finish, from. 
Buffets- -'Si did nak. -. .ldeiu. from- 



TRY THESE CHAIRS 

In Your Own Dining Room 

. You want more than mere appearance in'a dining- 
room chair. You want something that'll "stand-up" 
— to- lots of strenuous service — .a staunch, strong chair, 
that is also smart in design, .. * ", ,i 

-We believe that u our dining-room chairs combine 

these desirable featUT'e 1 !? with a fairness of price' that 

~~ TfiaT?es~tTTem t'ie ide t! chairs^fbr-'-your dining-room. 



We watit yoU to come tip to our fourth, floor and 
see a splendid variety of st/y'les. Dozens of samples 
await your inspection on tt/is floon — come in ari<3 see 






Bttfle^ft-T-Misfiiofi pa? finish, from 
\BqffetS- Miiis.uriij's.e.li(l i.ak;yfn>m 
Sideboards, .-olden elm, f 



925.00 

'$32*00 Golden Finish Dining Chairs, from $1.00 

^$25.00 " f '-Gpiden Oak Finish .Dining Chairs, innn - ,.$1^75- 
$30.00 . Sefi the Leather Upholstered Early Engli sh Solid Oak 
Chair ;tt ...'... ...;.'....... .. 777T7$;i.OO. 



Y 



our 






inner service is i\ea 

Choose It FromThis "Hundred Patterns" 




„>i lU ,'. , 



'HiKiliii ■ '-vice -twrrit-s yoii"'iTjf , r.e^._ 

O'Uxinay in- payi.ej;u. j.»r p nc'e.' 

i • - yutit-V i4cAt-.-4U uo i)^ iUi . undred 

id" pTittern-- we shuw. Mo ymi reali/e what C" 
hit; ehoire al.nicsi a hundred different iIuup 
ware patterns jueau "to the liomekveper look,:; 



lor a tluUter sen 

li iiii an importatSl thing, ani 

i no siH-li a slioxvino offered in. 



WVstcrn i. stablisliup 
seitted— " ' ' J - 



niiti 



l that is— 
any, other 




IJAVrLAND. AHRENFEbDT, ^MOGES,. WEDGWOOD. ROYAL SWEDISH " 
And pr.t*(TiHTs ( ,fj,,thrr famous p,,tirries.' The pri- deeidedlv interesi itv. $7.50. 

1 >.i-'t mis ■ ioek" p at'1 There : s nion 1 than a 'dozen' "opeiT-si'tVek"' ') whl h I . .... 

Carpets and Curtains for the Diningroom 



Though .last on this list, the carpets and hangings are by- no means the least importan"t"ite;ri in the proper 
iur n ishi hg-ofjhe dinih g -room, ft is essential t hat yoii thcJS to riffimoriizfl with the othei Euiaishings, and 

there's no place where the choosing is so easy as hctr > 

l.asy to gel your size, easy to get your style, easy to get yowr price from among the splendid assortment 
of carpetsTahd squares we offer-. • In curtains and draperies we show by far the most interesting collection in B. C. 



£ 



Choose these,,important: items from our stock. 



ty ■■ ■- 



I rail's 



V 

i doi ■ 



TRY US FOR YOUR CAMP FURNISHING NEEDS 



J 



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\ 



por 






A crown 1 1 1 1 1 

• ike, in (Cliargi 



pjje cs 

■ Hnr i r,, r p, the v, bei, cltj *i ho 

ran alfol-.i tie tittle and .an^tind 

I 



• ;in, till'l 



Ivlti 



I 

I 

"'in. I. i nol . . , , , - . .Hun's 

■. , it tti ' " ! <i< I y 

/ . , Ailtuni \ or War Ot ■ - 1 nol 

Pot * inrjfee ..an ol Victor i , i: f/nM . „. . . ; , A . ,, , 

Impei .-I 

1 lent ■ ii,,|,e'i in| ,\, i, hi, .in , 



ariiiK 



... 

■■''»*n»4-i . 



■ 




Just. Try 
Shopping By 
Mail^ 




l|se the 

Ladies' Rest 

Room 



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T* ■ 




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Friday, July 1, 1910. 



KTOIUV DAILY COLONIST 



7 



OVER 



SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 



.♦,♦.♦♦-»'♦♦■-♦■-»•'♦ -»♦♦-•:■*• 



2,000 BELL 
PIANOS 



Giving Perfect Satisfaction 
io-over 3,000 Representative 
British Columbia Homes 



• Mr. ki-i 'i Daves 

th.' muipland. 



M. P. P., 1b visiting 



Mr. A. W. Voweil 

! 1 1. . 1 lllM li 'i. 

» ■». • 
■ Mr. T.. A. Whit- bus 
Vancouver. 



la vlstting the 



returned to 



/ 



should 
Every 



mean 



sc it 1 u- ! rung 



to 



Prospective 
Buyer. 



Piano 



./Mrs. Henry Dalton is spending a few 
dt\- with Vancouver friends, 

* ' 

Victor Elliott are tfoM« 

Vancouver. 



few days In Vietm -la, returned yester- 
day CO Vancouver. 

» . * * 

Mr. Robert Paut uh " !ms 
town on a lauslnass visit Cor 
few days, loll yesterday en 
turn to New Westminster. 

* * » 

Mrs. and the 'Misses Sweetney came 
over from Vancouver and will spend 
the week's end in rtowp with Mrs. 

HVVH. 
'I v 

Misses Palfrey are 

in [u\\n, ami intend 
days at BKawivig.an 
to th«ilr homo: in L.OS 



1 liaiit, at the Wil 



Mi 



and Mrs. 

. isltota to 



i >w :ni'l Floor 
I ) ■{< i Dat< and 



■ See our \\ r in< 
Display of 
Mi. st Populai L'ianos. 

Easy Payments May Be 
Arranged for all Pianos and 
Small Instruments. 



>ly 



Edison Records Now 
pn Sale 



Mrs and Miss 1 .angle.* are the guests 

,,: Vancouver friends. 

.Ume ,'1'asse is 'visiting mainland 
friends. . . 

I * * I, 

M,- H. ''. firewater, M. P., P-r Of 
Alberni; visited tbs capital yesterday. 

••»-•■ 

Mr R genneth Llnd a . St Van- 
couver.-' is a guest at the Erhpress. 

\* * * ' 
,- 1 1 >,.,•.-.• left last night for Vui- 
couver to' attend the races. 

X~K Morris went evef to Van- 
I , 1 tijghj on the Charmer. 

« •. » 

., T, E. O'Neill, from C •■•■ >• ban, is 

• J i" VKSWtlK 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1104 Government Street 
Corner Fort 



Mr*, and The 
..YUjilU-iK relate,.. -. 

spending a fdw 
before re-turning 

.imi Lea* 

••■•.- 

Mr. and Mrs. N nates, from i.ady- 

uiiiiii, who have been visiting rela- 
tives at Beacon Hill, left yenieiduj 
[,,r ('ouVriiMi, where they wllr'spend 
the next fortnight. ..';;■' 

/ Nl '.* 

Mr' William A. filaejcbourne, 01 
toria, formerly a promtrii "' athlete, 
Was trial ried on tin Stto instr, ai \ 
Horsei 5 ukoio to Miss .1%-pnin. i Ip ■ 
pirie.' 

* * * . - 

Mr. .In-liee in. hjig and V I I ■" lefl 

yesterday, \ ft the 'Northj rnPa.ctfte.foi 

.New V->l..k, uh i- [he a ill sail on 1 ' e 

I 'imai'l llllt •- 1 on an extended 

trip to the pid Country,". 



Mrs. A, 
is tne^gi 



E. 



Henderson, of Vancouver, 
kdend, Mrs.- Love. 
* ■•'.'-. ' 
Dr. and Mrs. J. B,> McKenzie, from 
CaHiHgton, are- in town lor the BO* 
taw, dara, . f _ ,-. # ~~ 

1 >r "Bgg'ert and Mrs— Eggert are vis- 
itors - from Prince Rupert."-"- 
» * • 

i aWL ' flngC ttatrt and daughter left 
Northern Pacific 

Tel..,; . tsteio-frieiids at South Bend. - 

Alderman A. G. Sarglson went over 
to Vancouver last night on the 



Mr. J. Carhbje and B. ... Sch 

leave t« 1 •" la the Northern ' ' 1 

i-ilie, for -■ •■■• ■"'■■■■• 

tlcipat. In tin- annual NorthV" >- 
Tennis Touri t*n< i i 



,,.,...Mrv.-->tifd Mrs. I-'. M. Ratten 1 
family leave tomorow. pn an ex1 

the Old - I'lf-y witl I 

,■;-. ..11 the Cudard Inn r 
Caronla. '" ' - 

♦ * *. 
Captaixi A i 1 have gone 

for th,- summer to the cottage at. the 
Lock, EsciAilmalt, 'i 

i By Mr* 

and- Miss Reynolds ,who have- come 

tn iilii,.. tj holidays here. 



Are You Starting Up 
Housekeeping? 

If so, remember '-*'e lease 

you In your gn- 



-Local creameries, MO" 

45c 

creamery, 
.81.00 



Butter 

and . . - 1 

Butur— Finest, eastern 

.'. lbs. for 



CheeBe—Choiee Ontario, . lb. 800 
riour — Royal HousehoJa, per 

...:„.., Sl.80 

riour — Calgary, per sack. . . .?1.75 
Tvmti mutr and vegetables. 

""■ ""See "";■■'■: " "iSt ptmtwr 

ehown lQ^burHvindow, They^ will 
Interest you. Z,.~'*, 



inter. 

w » » 

Miss Mabel- A. Cameron ha? left for 
London, Eng... an a visit 'to her mint, 
s Agnes Deans ' Cameron^ 

■* ..* * 
- lis has gone to Vam- 
, r to spend a pimples uf. week 
•v* it h friends. ;• ■- ;--— f _ 






A. Pool, Grocery 

\623 Yates- street "*'~i*horie 44-8 



Mr 11,.,,,-v I aa among the paa- 

.,:., v kiw ouvt r lay by 

the stenTfrer Princess Charlotte, 

• • » 

left yesterday 



jQvvser 
a month's well earned 



WRINKLES 

Removed by Using 

ADELINA PATT1 GREAM 

MM I I '"'" r 8a '° at 

KOSCHE'S HAIRDRESSING 



Mrs. 

'Phono 1175 



PARLORS 

1105 Douglas St. 



REMOVAL NOTICE 



.Madame ussell 

Will remoye on June 30 from David 
Spencer, Ltd., building to 

715 Courtney street". 



* Hon. \V. J. 
'for LJllooet.oi 
vacation. 

*••*'-.'" 
MlSs E. Price, , of the King's printer^ 
"staff, ia spending the" "holiday with 

iciends ih Seattle. .,".', 
» • • ' 

, Miss Eberts and Miss Little are 

spending a short holiday on the main-. 

Mr Thomas Hooper, architect, left 
last night on a 'h'-'.sihess trip to Van- 

<*r. .-,.-■ 

-• • • 

iTjlr. and Mrs.' Edv.-ins, . from " Port - 
rtre., arrived In tcwd-n yesterday, 
will spend the next month at Oak 
-Bay. ' i--^ 1 — 



'•Among .,er. visitors 

1 m and Mr UiotJ,j 

Mrs. T. McCarter, Mr. an ' ■ F. B 

Lewis, Mrs. 8". 3. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.. 
E. ]*.. l'i-ntv, Messrs. Tr 13.. CuthlH-rt- ' 
BOB, J.- llelhwell, K. S. eUTOUi u - li: - 

in. M. Thompson, M. West.. 11, W. 
.). Walker, A. -ill and J. V\'il- 

• « • a 

Mr: and Mrs. Waiter 3 trom 

Ca mb r idg e 
touring n ' 't- 

tav. : day, and after ■■&.&.. 

ahOTt lime inJ-'he city will go to JJS1BW 
Vorii MJ roi 

Mr, ami Mrs. H. CrysnnJe.->wh(> have 

returned 
tb \'aneui,ii-er._.Aeei.mp;jnied by their! 
daughter Miss Muriel Erysda'le, w ho j 
tor the. past- three years has been 



Mr- W. M. Fisher, from Derbyshire, 
England, is a recent arrival .to town 
fFom the old country. 




«> ' 

.... .^. v 



studying music in Germany. 
«.»-'* 
Tlie tflsses Dunsmuir went over to 
Vancouyer on the yacht Do&ui 1 
We. to he present ai the club 

T.all.,. Among mhi'T Victnrians' " whO+ 
haV#'gOne over for the' event 

.in and Mrs'. dd, lie-' 



Mrs. Croucher, of Tale, 
for 



The Hea Lace 



Just received 
Narrow lapes and insertions, 
f rom . .. -. . .. -• •- •• ...20c 

• , 1214 Broa'd St. 

■ 



Putting up a "Sa'te" bill on the win- 
dow is like siiowing a signal of dl.H"- 
tre'ss; We have just' put ojie up at 
tho BeehiveAasb BtOTe, Douglas st., 
but .it* Is not^beeau.-' i ■ ■• in dis- 
tress, w.- mij|hrr:w4 
however. ■•'. prices we 

....... 



has 
,l„u-ii to Victoria for the holidays, and 

is a guest at the Dallas hotel, - 

« * . » 

Mr.' and Mrs. Hubert Taylor have 
p, Victoria: after,.an enJoy r 
visit to friends .in Vancouver. 
• ••■'»• «•-•- - - 
-Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wljite fiwtfl 
Pasn- e enjoying a visit to.Vlc- 

turia. and are staying At-the Imi 
- • .'• • 

'Mrs. and, Miss Guseke. f rpm Los 
Angeles, are spending a few days in 
torts* ' n ' 

***.'■ > - 

iir. I-'reeman. formerly, sturgeon of 
th»: steamer Minnesota, arrived >>y the 
ner Princes.s Victoria yesterday^ 
.itnd; is a guest at the Drlard. ,___ ^_ 
, .'. ' • , * *-*. * 

capt. W; H. Logan, special agent of 
the— London -Salvage ttion, re- 

tumed SEronf Seattle yesterday "by the 
steami-r rrlncess Victoria.- - 



:s-.«.-^ ,h I-:i>erts, -Miss, Little and Mpst-; 
Holmes. . ' ."- ' 

* ' * * 
Among Vancouver visitors at pres- 
ent in town are Mr. and Mrs. N'..,M>'i- 
ken. Mr. A l\. M.l':irbii-. Mi 
■Humphreys. Mr. A. i>. McR« 

Han. Mr. J5T~S- s - 1 ''- s - 

Sinclair, Sir. SfT S. Langboys, Mr. J, 
Sp. 11 rs, Mr. H, . K. Dii 

!. II. Xiskolson; Mr : l\ A=J.ikh- 
ardson a lid Mr.- 1 1.- Swinford. -. 
_ i .i ' . , ■ ' — a — ■r-*^ 

come . 



BANQUET MR. VEI.TCH 



Serg^fs*~TVfbss ' of Fifth -Regiment 
Honor Popular Officer on Oc- 
casion of His Departure. 



with the mo^t ftlluring collection «.f 'money -nvin.c: Qfh 
"pc^ r tuni ties "eveFpffwecTT^ cTu ying people of YSctor^ii 

, •■ .'_■.-■ 

Losses will not be allowed to stand in the way and so... 
the thmttl^aTprke-sur^er;, will be thrown wide opetv 
and the Roods- nioved.ou tjuii .de r ilu- double head of 

- steam.' . .• ■• ".. <^-Z'.' : ■ . ' ' - - 



Read Yesterday's Page Adve rtisements in Colonist 
and Times for full listcrf TcTOorrow's Special offer- 
ings., Don't miss these bold bargains. _; 



MluupaMUJJllLilllill 



fatfttflti: 




■ jlniniiiiiimnnn^ tfi "" r -"-""~' : ' i '' T ' :,h ' -^^^"- ■ 



1123, 1125, 1127 
-^fi0VERNM£NI_| 
STREET 







•hurt to' hold the position- he had to be 

th to U«. the., posit.) oil. as 

his spare, tin i permit him. lie 

was .glad -n a member df 

1 n ij-ra lsu'Tt rnav e 

I N<.. J eompltn 



*'l * tlMMtSt t t 1 t. t > >*.. >«» " *« « ««« « 1 " » ' ••■♦»»*>>> »> « ■ »♦♦»♦ - »♦« >>♦♦»♦■ 



♦ »««»♦ ♦ - ■♦ ♦♦» " ♦»•»♦ . 



& 



IftC 

spent -yesterday in the city— on a bust- 
ness trip. "*. 

Mr. O. S. ■ Lampman and Mr: A- O. 
aiyls, who have been spending" a 



..Last night, at the ' Dominion hotel 
the Sergeantsl'of the Fifth Regi 
'•. a. ^L, tendered ^r banquet to Capt. 

T.- -I I. Veit.'l, 

ivho i 

Ms Halifax.- N. B.; and [1 ng his 

■u, with the regime 

Covers w«fi ; r thirty and an 

nal toast list was n 
the so as "J 

prmb!. ' rifi ttua"Spldier I 

fashion? After, the logsfc^to'.tbJ I 

1 'aptain Veith was 'St- 

Maste,-' MV ln-rrir.VI'n:. 

- - 1 th at dur i Qg U) e -^.- eLJ EO. , - '^ars 
v'aptr Ve+teh !i 

Vd with ' neat 1).- had :■! 

acted nti.-in.-in and as a so 

He jvas always Wlilii 




tion with-them 

Be could not lint- help feeling .sad. 

uie He han been in the 

lie has profited very iivueli. 

I ,->i ■■■v„|, 

and 

ituiated the regiroeht/On ac- 

>mmt oj having him. at its head.. 



in concluding 1 ., be weal 

Wj to the time wh 

he will return Xo Vtctijria. Which 

. ,1 would II. 

■onnect'ed- with- 

"Tin '-s were given for 

him <■ -ig. .' ,-• tj - , 

LISTEN TO THE RAIN 



Major Swlpford. general managlfif^f 
the North' rn PaclftC at •' \ ancouvep. h ^,- Tn vice Of th e s e rgea n ls 



■ w..'.l! with aJT th 
jjgn lie - 1 . tact; 



his is 
Correct Clothes 






careful 'alTei^ 
2 mig^hty'par- 



tablished 




.!- smart (jarmenfis and oiu 
Bon to the fequifenn : nts of njert who ai 

we hi 

g .. 'eing th£. 

m f or. th e ri^.ht things to vMpar. 

Imiv < *ai 



lerTt^ .tha' even 






Classy Garments- -we're at your service/ 



<>py-. 



Th^ 1 business men of VI were 

id man in Mr. \'«-in-li. v. 
has 1" ! luaneh 

df_the i'toyal . 

half Or the tvMuu.nt Sergeant , Mnc- 
D ouga l said that t! 

~p',-7 — tr] ] ' '- ...,..,. •^.-T.'f.TTTi 

high : < • ' 

Captain V< ' : - h on rlKir 
"wTtTT "a-" 1 - rousing re. 
iuoaneLt_ .1 I - a • 

■ 

could' express the 
eired to express In regard- to 

11. -h lie . ■ 

■ ■ ...- aii.tj. 

of. the ElftK JRigTmovt -d- 

ivith thj 
Wy .1 for i ..; '.' main 

whleljf th( drunk his health. I le 

. . - 
hlch thi '-ov.nin .topw- 

Km itch and his" ehildre'n. 

ejj, -Mt.1 



■ • ItalK! 
Heat, tin; UiTl. 

rVnd slides and Jjhai- 

spjtuth! a be .<.trce-r, 

\\ here TTs . 

door, 
n - m-iiiiuii morei- 

■How It. gurgles with delight, 
' H-m-llng. Irom Uh dizjay height, 

: atralgW and railing true, 

. and 1- . 
". - Tlie tarf^v d-reps and .si^nall 
Cannot \, ■■ '(■ . the | SOj 

to the naiii! 

1 










♦ 



.- .'.-.. ' 



fe.-ir 



. . - • tees, 

.... 

poor thi 
BUS! upon their' wings! 



' 

" 
How the sftlfis 



'ii bj • 

ol ,atxd clear, 



ftS lur- la-ad, 
I • m own tail 

1 . ' 

- 
THE' DAISY FIELD 



ilea white and ( 



SUITS, SIO,- $16.50, $20, $25; $35. 

TROUSKKS, $3,50 '-'S.». 

FANCY-VESTS, 



ALU N & CO. 



tnre . - ild be -,.. 

Bide ; , ' • ' Bfbufd always 

) i- nnj ... Init 

' 

IrrtFi nJ'w 

erjgea&ts hung jn it Ih 

not. a daj In thi: v. I 



I 
1M , • . . him dis- 

ej;ssi tl irobabitii 

., 

to cOn . ng and gav<- him the glajl 

' bWb when ho found the I 
ii, huslness duties too mm i 



■ - -. a scc i n— I 

l,i '- ' Hiul tin, cim 



A p. - thai I 

;. nee lays hi 

• i ' Jdiiy ' 
, i nftn e r dfry, 

Till the mov n 

■ its the down 



Hav 

vvTil 

Xor 
The 



■men h ave s uug 



■and loved and he 



yi.Aii 



li 



■■ „ .... 






FIT-REPORM WARDROBE 



i20i GOVERN 



* 



ENT STKEKT, VICTORIA. 




-lay, 

■■ ■. { . • | ■ i . i/y. 

though 
t . ... ..-~> -- 

that only ; i rs a 




DOUGLAS STREET, hear 'the corner of King's Road, lot 40'x n.4- 
This ,»-«-vahirihle business 1 property,, and'-'will more than double in 
' valwe befoiBjBKli fliLJfe By arc. several stores' and a bank operating 
: >n the sam'e»bIock~aTpr^em7 , Terhis.-. ' " c_^ _ . 

GORGE ROAD, Double Corner. PRICE . ., .'.r.T. ; .' $1,350 

This Property is assessed at $1,800, and is no doubt the cheapest-buy 
in Victoria today." . _■- . - . 

QUADRA STREET close ih—2 .i?kcrt;s of '-.gi n ■■! 1:up1. with seven room 
hause'in go... 1 repair. City wftter, etc 1 .' PRICE ........... .$6,000 

[;-.. re ;u.'" 1 JS bearing fruit trees on "this property and .large .chick', u 

house, and with a little care this could be made to produce a large 

.revenue, , - • - js" 

FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON OAK BAY AVENUE, with lot 50 x 100. 

PRICE . ^- ■■■■■■ W '500 

For a few daj r 3°, vv^ 
.$1,300 



iftside the citv limU.-, ut-11 lo'eated, 

, ■_■*■- ~f t —- ■- - 

can deliver these for ■"» „•* •■■•.•' 



DOUBLE FRONTAGE on Hillside and Coofi Lot 50 x 180 



PRICE, terms 
HILLSIDE AVENUE PROPERTY A SPECIALITY. 
AND LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY 

J. , 



$1,0Q0 

,HPUSES 




MARRIOTT & FELLOWS 



Phone 645 



""*" '."'" 6ig Trounce Avenue 

Office Open Evenings 8 to 9 o"clock. 



»♦♦«♦♦«.♦♦♦♦*♦* ♦♦♦-■♦ *♦-♦♦♦♦♦- 



Bottlcd at thc 5rr»HC, flt'o* fan 



-* 



iT, Tor w. treariil I 

■' 
:. . murmuri ov^lrhi 

! 1 . ;■ 1 I 

Up |n the world ■ 

.. n, n Ith h i.-'i. I k>ri nth. " >t . 
"TJJ 

,-'-. \\ la Lj nd 
x ^ — » — i^c. 

I partisan ai 

- : I J'e.l. 1.1 ! Ion 

- ; - '. : '■ ■ • .:..!.:■ I 

,,, u \n in 1. ... 1'nr his scut. 




Skirt and 



at 

- Douglas Street 




■ ifc«f ffflWrltirUnn r 



"W» 



■ u:...^.. 



n^-r^"-^ i»jw .., *•.-*? i rffflM'.tjfCTit* £* 



]M*IBh,1tt*.tt*4lri»,' i^kiunu^ y.j;t)W*«jv*»|»-M^i»™>*'«i'-»i 



T3? 



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/ 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Friday, July f, 1910. 



Transfer Agent and Registrar 

The services of the Trust Company in above ca- 
pacity will be found advantageous — it protects share-, 
holders against .over-issue of stock through error or 
otherwise, and from counterfeit of falsified scrip, be- 
sides .facilitating transfers. The company's terms 
are moderate. • 

/ - ■ r .: , : ' 

** I v ^ " I'-. ! 

Dominion Trust Co., Ltd. 

1001 Langley Street, Victoria, B.C. 



km 



NEWS OF THE CH Y 



«. c, 



. ■»-♦ »■♦♦»» ♦ ♦ »♦ ♦ ♦ »»♦»♦•« ♦■♦-♦-♦*♦-♦ 

Band Concert Today. 
a tm iid concert -w i 1 1 b« fjiven this 
afternoon at 2:80Vo?cloch In tttf North 
Ward by the Fifth Regimen) band. 

Court Vacation , 
During the court vara ti//ir months 

of July and August, following thy 

usual praitke, the legal oltireM of the 
mehiheis of thi' Victoria Mar will DO 
/dosed at I p.m. . • ' ■ , 



at the 



Annual Flower Service 

The annual §o%er service 
Provlncifc Royal J.n»nie, Hospital will 

lie held on. Sunday a I, :i p.m.^,- The 
1 asm of I 'uliiinbla will take Chi I 
Ma' Service, and jfe j >< ' < • t .- 1 1 musii ■■ ill be 
rendered, , 



wwmw^ff. 



Flags 



fid 12 



•t»ft. 



Flags 



-•^ We have a Complete Stock of 

BRITISH AND CANADIAN 

ENSIGNS 



UNION JACKS, BUNTING, etc. 

LAUNCH FLAG POLES, SOCKETS AND 

HALLIARDS 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

1202 Wharf Street 



The Shir+chandlers 



\ 






This Ad. Is a Value Indicator 
on Groceries 

• FOR "THE FIRST OF THE MONTH ORDER 

We are satisfied that we can offer you the very best value 
in he city in Groceries. Price*" Are The Lowest, while Oiif 
Constant 'Aim Is. to Supply < • be Best Quality. ; * 

New Ontario Butter, 3 lb"s. ..... 

Finest Ceylon Tea, 3 lbs. /....'. . ./';":_ ■; '.' : . ; ^. te . .'. 

Kellogg's Toasted Corn JPlakes, 3 packets 

Ogilvie's or Lake of the Woods' Flour, per sack 

New Island Potatoes, 6 4bs. . . „-. ..... 

Large' Gooseberries, 2 lbs. ..... 

Lime Juice, quart boffle. .^ . ..'. ....,., 

SPEGIAL 
CALGARY. HUNGARIAN FLOUR, per sack. .... 



.$1.00 
. 1.00 
. .25 
. 1.80 

25- 

20 



$1.60 



H.O. KIRKHAM. QROCER 

Cprner Fort and Douglas Streets Phone 178 



•Will Purchase Water Meters. 
The streets 1 ommll tei \ ><( the. city 
council has decided to parchase tif- 
t'l'ii one-inch and lis c hundred live- 
eights-inch Trident meters at a coat 
6t 12,880 for the w.atef works depart 
mi hte "*~y ,■ -.-- 

Stewar.t Mining Recorder 
The appointment of Mr. ,1 'oinyny, of 
Prince Rupert, to nil the new)? 
i!',i and important frSce of mining 
"h'V at Stewarl was 
li d upon by the provincial gQVi 
eminent. -Mr. Conway will pi' 
-to his^Tiesjf field of' duty und enter* 
bls-Wprk immediately. 

S >±£~ 

The Police Court 

. In' the city police COUrl a e.storday 
morning Alexander Owen p!< 
guilty to a theft of six fountain "pons 
ami a quantity of iindi.-relolhine; 
the D ominion Express C o mpan 
May 2 1 m . He was sentenced to 
months' imprisonment, three months 
on each charge. ■ • 



THE WEAT HER 

Sletep'rologieai Offioe, Victoria 
a: 8 p, m . June SB, 1910, 

SYNOPSIS. 
'no paronv tei -remaina high along 

I lie Coast and .showers I m \ .- I'een Ken- 

eriU in the State or Washington and in 

Cariboo and K nay. and lica\ y. rains 

have 1. ill. -a on ihc Northern ,1!. C. 
ooaat The weather is generally fair 

arid warm in the prairie pro' Iih-im, ai- 

c'ompstfled by. local thunderstorms. 
TBMPBRATUREL ' .. , 

Mill. 

\ 'lctni'(;i 

New West minst Br 

K.uuloop-; 

Burkerville '. . . . 

i :.iit Simpson . . . : 

,» 'angary • •■ ...'...... 

Winnipeg • .-, 

Portland 

San Pyanciscp ..,..!-.... 

rroRBscAaTS 

1'. ir -' i hours rii ei 

Friday; 
Victoria -and vlclnity-i-Wlmls. mostly 
westerly' and fftl ei 1 1 ■:■ neraiU tiit 
and not muph change in temp. 

I ■•^ffi " ' .'-'''i. i Light to moderate 
iW^eiieraiiy fair, not much change 
in temperature.. • 

Highest r . m'."''J4« 

-t . . . . .r.-:-.,.. v . , r dl 

Mean ...... . : . . . ..",'. . . ..» .... 

...sunshlno, t hours^ C4 

JUNK w E \tiii:k. . 

Highest temperature ,".... .' . '. . . . 

kowe*< temperature . . . - •.-.-!-- iti.i 

Mean,.....t..xi. , ■ :,', Q 

Total pcecipilHtion- for the month M 
Inch; average amount .in inch; hrlgh{ 
sunshine 821 hours, fa minutes: hiean 
day^' proportion .47. , , 



t;:> 
fit 
16 

16 

tb 
lis 

B ,; 
BO 



Max. 
68 

(H 
46 

r.ti 

VI 

70 

(il ■ 



a. m. (Pacific 



minutes. 

VL'TOK'IA 



Will Lay the Dust. 
Ten tons of calcium cholrj fli 
been purt*aafid Ly the city and will 
tlhented with, as a layer of 
dust. Complaints long and loud of, 
st nuisancer may ne ; 
E}squlma4t road, t %Kt\t 
.street and that part of Fort street bc- 

i Qttk 4i;iy avenue and the I 
Jubilet- hospital \'.iil be first treated. 



CLOCKS FOR 
CHURCHES 



: 



. Accidental Death 
*The coroner's jury, which. yesterday, 
morning investigated the facts of tin; 
death of Peter Petersen, who was 
drowned on Tuesday morning. ,_by the 
upsetting - of '• the .canoe in which he 
and FY Richardson were i seated Off 
HJacaulay Point,, returnSdj" 8 Verdict of 
accidental death. The ; impiest was 
held at the provincial poll, 
quarters. ' "., ' —?-'' 






Fruit • r 1rvspect6r -for Prince Rupert % 

Mr. J. liMi I.eod Jl .,.,a,fttJn ) g iippi 
of customs a"t Prince Rupert, has 
appointed a Dominion fruit insp. 
for that port on the same conditions 
as those wnich have governed the 
polntments of officers of the oust 
at Nelson and Grand Forks. This 
arrangement has .worked very Well 
for the enforeem.-nt of the Fruit 
Marks Act in relation . to Imported 
fruit; 

. 



Injured H I Knee. 
.lames tt Stewart of- '''AHlng- 
•limalt ro&d, about 6:30 last 
met .with .a p atri f u t accident . 



■ M'r. 

ham." 

night 

while he, was engaged In nmnlng Wa 

motor launch In the innnp harbor. He 

was endeavorlni 1 near the .. 

buoy 'where he anchors' his boat— and 

\va^ trying tOiatop the engine, when 

part , of the mechanism »' the fly 
wheel flew off Oid> struck him on the 

fracturing his knee cap. 1t 
removed to the Jubilee hospital where 
Drs. i md Erneai Hall operated 

on the Injured jimb last evening. 




Offices. WZ h oo! s. f Public, 

Halls., Libraries anrl totlivr 
Ptililic Institutions a'special- 
ty here. 

- Prices : ?5 to ?50- V; -. 

In oakr-Tr7rnTnT7 antique oak,;'; 
mahogany, et c., beautiful 
"finish 



—.. . " mission 

Splendid Timekeepers 
Sadr Clock Gttarantcfd 



THE 



MIKADO 



B A Z A A.R. 



Japanese Fancy 
rr±Ll Goods 

Special sale for Bamboo Blind, 
8x8, $1.25. and 6x7 75c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



St. Marks Garden Party 

Thf ladles of s=t. Marks Church 
• n- .enjoyable' garden party tit the' 
pt I'. Klllston 
A large nuni: nrled. 

• S ..I" tie OB In Id a. 

'H'^^ork, and Ware '.'th«> 

I iisTi pojids and other at-traeiiiiits,. 

'deli, .In "the i.ifutramma w,iV ;i . 

(lial'.gije entitled /i^i^i'- ■■ -r.l •;:■■•;..,-". 




JAS. LEIGH & SONS 



tVholenalo and 
' Retail 



Lumber 
Mills 
Foot of 

' Turrrer Street 
Victoria, B.C. 



and manufacturers of all kinds of 
. 8n.Bh, factory and Planing Mill 
Goods. " 




ICE CREAM 

Delicious' and Pure. Insist 
upon having none othef 



rignt. to do uni 
' Vi.;t',,ria M?m 

■JM-> . which wal 
• - the supplj 



Victoria Creamery & 

MilK Supply Co. 



1MITED 



Dealers in Bottled Milk and 

Cream, Butter and Eggs 

Phone 1344 



,' 'iratid Mr. T 
ton. A.h a result of litis garden 
the sum of I186.8G was 1 "This 

ng a recOrtl for Ttrr ■ ■ 



.V'! 1 ' 1 Si.' 1 ''•' ''■"'~ -atso^ttte 'trwnurS petitioned for r a~; 



I charg^ w^sli to heartily tl; 1 \li.V 

(aided in making Lhi so success- 

ful. , '* 



/ Will Not Impose Penalty. > "' 

, The city win dot 
alty v o'f $10 .which it has the. 

right to doTinch ithJthe_. 

" 'rt rm r rr -fy J 

' \8 awarded the contract 
dy. of . brass m tTnir 
"STToTiiri ' 
seme -t 



W. H. WILKERSON 



•at. 



915 



The Jewelef' <« " 

GOVERNMENT 

.Tclrphone 1606 ', 



ST. 



Start on Yates Street Work. 

After a -delay extending over many 
months t> bae decided to com- 

111. .til ■••_ Die" work of Improving .Vatrs 
street between Douglas street and 
Bluneliard Lmreet. — f^ghteeu months 



mast, ,. togather with other .imfirove- 
. a ligtliing system, etc. "Now 

tenders will - be calledk \fpr, the laying 
^df~ • base..' for the pave-' 



[ark's. The commutes in : ment, the • work - tig the b 



to he done by the city. 

Saucy $parrows Assail Terrier 
Horqewan! bouiTdrs-pifdestrhtns on 

' ' ' ' ' ■ 1 ■> ■ ■ 11 I'm i.i afid I '"IK- 

■las,' at 6 last evening witnessed (be 
inrwiMH ii*30g&!ptjb pair of cour- 

Bparrowj (evidently, till- 
ed wftrr"parental anxiety - fur their 
.fledgllpg Sj a't lacking -an Irish' 
f-Trf- "Whn;-"- tnipnsit lire" explorations 1 1 

y in - tear: The dog 



Special 
Sale of 
Blouses 



irundre.ys of pretty styles in 
Whli;e mouses In all sizes, regu- 
lar up to l-'.iJO, now on sal.- 

At $1.50 Each 



G. A. Richardson 4 Co. 



Victoria. House 
636 Yates Street 



SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RINGS 

1 
Thr finest 0| :i11 dugS is the plain 'Uamc.nil. c-pccially a 



madiufh-sized stone of 



High Grade Quality 

We ofl'i-r values which cannot In- .•\cclhvl anywhere, ^nd 
in\ : itc yu.uf/in spec tii m of our superb stuck. 

Prices b®& $340.00^10 $7.50 



REDFERN & SONS 

1009 Government Street ■' - / 



Victoria, B. C. 




Is the price we charge"' for brana" 
new 

He 



EMPIRE TYPEWRITERS 

Aslc-4;o see the new model of 
the "Underwood," the machine 
that leads them all, - 



TT 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 

721 Yates St. Phone. 730 



HUMBER BICYCLES 



We have just received another shipment of Kntrli-h Hum 
be r Bit ■■■■ lef in" one^-two and three --peril -ears, .,v coasters. 



Prices, FortyMive Dollars an-d up. Fitted with Iveavy 
English tares, *if desired, 



Just the wheel to please y 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. Opposite Spen«>sr's Victoria, B. C. 

I'.S: — Gtlter Hicvcles .^.so.oo and. over. Wc are agents for 
( )li\ <-i tS: Su a V i sihle ^rVpewrilers. ' ^ ' 





Temporary Quarters, 1 209 Blanchard St. 



NEXT TQ NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

. . t** - ' *<o 

Reading and Game Rooms — Hot and Cold Shower Baths — i 
Men's and- Boy's Summer Camps— Summer Membership 
• i ' . 50c per month 






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City Lots 309 and 310 

VIEW STREET^^ 

120 feet frontage. Rents 
$50 per month. • • 



<\ Choice Business Property For Sale 

We require a larger factory, and have placed our premises con- 
sisting of 160x120 on Yates street and 93x120 on View /street, -with 
factory,' and warehouse^ on the market. ' 



t*rice reasonaols and Easy Terms. 

MOORE & WHITTINGTON^ 



V#t LaaibM, Btt»n. »uor», ftad frU W\\\<\* mt antM^g Bft*««rt«lM «* ■• 



The Taylor Mill Co. 



Of: 



fclmlt.d Z.UbUi«jr. 



Mill. Office an« Ts.r*«: »116 Government St.. P. O, Box Ctl. Telephone «f t 



Wml Sand 6 Grav 



TERMS /TO SUIT 

. '7 -+- 



Ernest Brammer 

Tel. 2095 = 
Office 644 Fort Street 



MX. TOLMIE 



Scraeneci - snd Grade d 



The finest material to use for 

all kinds of concrete and 
t hu.i tiling work ■'-. . x- 



DcHv c r leJ made:, to any part pf 
the X'ty I" any quantity 
Get our prices = 



....... ,.oui. mm t\rS", t-'i.i t UP. ^ aim . : ' , 

stipulated that they should iw--w»Hi+p4-a£l w tt*d.--!.j .Mt^fc « i< Anderso n , , lat e 

lurid in ■ mpaiiv • i-ati; .mlntster Of aprloultur.-. 'and 



Quia forced f» pul in, a brass. 

plant anil delay iii getting n 

is. held up .|.-liv(-r\ --of tho goods. 

n up-to-d 
. planl of th)i.H nature has iimv been ln- 
I stalled,' setnething which iii.l not ex- 
. ' ion-, and In-i-mi. lelay 

I has not .-ifi'eeicr rivie interests, 
penalty; will ndi tcted. 



Latest Importations From China 

V Ladlos" and Oents" silk uixlurweer, 
• oft. warm, treat and llKht; (tents' py- 
jamas In -beautiful dripped »Hk. The 
newest styles of beautiful embroldeiejl 
Bilk Jttmunas. NotliliiK moro i>eauli/ul. 
TIim loveliest --silk umbruluered doylies 
ever shown. 

MAN 



QT70NO 

O. Ror 68. 



PTTNO & CO. 
1715 ''.m-PrriTTieritS^t. 



Light Weight Hosiery of ftj 
1 '< ;\, thread ! - lis Her"n dori I 1 M ' 
,i.. Ragulfl pafr H,!.- .i price 

.,.,,- .1 pa ■' Roblfis ., Store, 8 12 

Yates street i . • 

1 o— — ■■-:•■; — ■ 

The i;i..be w. -ml. 1.. sectional fOlng 
cabliv ts are tie- best 
cheapest mad* ' Book 

Stationery < '■> Ltd., agerrts 

CT ' 

For Hot Weather Hosiery Comfort. 

Try our Fine Usle Hosier i.-mis 
ii'-rms.lorf.s fast dye, t also r'Sl 
<'..:.:».n Hose, with natural woo r. 1 t 
Special price, 36c a pair. Robipson's 
Caab .Store, 642 fates street 



C. A. M'Gregor 

Has removed freiK*;.tH!3KS:rTstreet r ' 
to 837 Caledonia avenue, where 

will continiio to. .ca: ; y .-n 
Jobbing carpentering. 

% PHONE J 430 



. Work on Power Plant 

g rapid' progress 0* the new .loitlan 
; river, .plant. About -l.'ii men are -now 

• d. ClmI XV. .Ik . ..il tit*- <-•- •' ♦-.♦_-■»■. 

: struction ot tl^ fliim'e-rfad 

of railroad ift bum and 

I lll \ 

h»«es. Thi 1- house **j 

been -jcleaxe-d^jilid tho exca vat ion]'*' 



was not ailed. 

by? th. a rahs', 

1 .in turn would jlutter nhovi- it, 
uuiill.ry. T jJa_rimg\dovv^i to peck at 
the H'l rp'rised ' t errie a r?~'"'"-\V-lTf-n— 1-li.e . dog 
would swiftii pi one of the pair 

its mate would attack from tho rear, 
thus div. einy. it was the^ 

dog which tired tlrst of the gamel In 
w bioh ji ' being no aerlallst ) 

the birds had all the better—of-th. [f 
gument. . -" 



OBITUARY NOTICES 



has 



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♦r* -•- •♦ - 



r-V 



for the Foundation done. Tl 

ii'-d and cleared 
sawmill recently erected Is now ttfrn- 

it about 20,000 feel "t J luiatberper 

'or tho various works' In Which 
lumber is required. The rate of pio-; ',,''. 1 , ,' r ' nJ g 



.' Gulf Islands -.\,x; Sunday, the S.S. . 
"Iroquois*' on her', trip jtmong | 
tnd Islands, will Mop one I. 
e.t Cowlchan. '■ lid rtunfty ( 

to gi see th,- beawtlij 

Pake V A S. train i '- ! 

rla M5.ii-Jii. 



>¥*"•' - i . of fun. r., 1 numbers of 
thff SpIm-o. in ist! tondon Newl 

■nd ' h ai.iii.-. Just received by the 

' md Station. ■ 1.1,1. 

" .'•' all 11 of pi-nil iii England 

• » 



Peterson. 

The funeral of'tbe late ,T«hn Peter- 
Son took pine . terflay afternoon 
from, the parlors of ; Fuprera] 

rr e, '■ 

'' ,;s ,':'v ! '■ ' (Tint. - 

would be a.. -,ilal.,r.. for use by the mi-i- ft, -,.«!«. 

die "I Dei fulfilled. ■ t.rv, where iulerincnl t( 



Due to Natural Causes 

' death was - itiiial 

, ' 



, Nakabayashi - ' 

-I J ■'■ .,! . 

ash I, th" .lap.ine- ■ ■ .1 dele 1 , 

Jury, which In clrcurfxl who - ■ , 

K ; atii of of his shack- , oh T rHfc um w ad, 

fh - ivasbi, 1 ; .,,^ t Siiaiileh, on \' . hi take 

who v -I w . fgj e atarde - 1 I 1 

lying dead on th p of h!»shacl ck, from the parJbxs of W. .j. 



Thousand Islands— X.. x i | 

- 

the - 
topping 6n< 

and :. I th e ■ 

'i'uki' v A , s 

' ' ' -' J ; ' ' il la at !l -If, .irn 

""i- ! • and music on board 
further . informatton tt^lephone 511 



For 



.,,, i hi Tillli im iiioiiy 

Si < - ... led il .1 

ion Bttihe Mni 

>b. . ...: 

is badly aJ 

1th tubei ■ \ 1 

- had .n -. pi ovod-i 

■ .I-.! the. bod ' ; c 

. |. -Vfln, . 1 / 

. .1 .1 p 1 1.» ■ -,.-.. 1 , 

. "li t la- liiuln a)pl 

completed, tho evidenced 



l 
: \ 1 

jibe 1:1 • .1.., .| 
\6BdaJ lilBl.t 



I . - . .... 

the 
Methodist , n 



1 "ii- 

"of the 




LINEHAM SCOTT SAND 
AND GRAVEL CO. 

Office: 633 Yates St. 

Phones: - Mgr.'s residence, 8193; 
Main Office. 6G4; Pits. L-1851. 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
JOISTS 



We liiun trrBtock the following 

Scotch steel Joists': 
., 16x8x43. 

12x5x32. r 
pt3xil. 
Immediate, delivery or shipment 
as desired. 



Victoria Machinery Depot 



PONGRH 
SILK 



In all qualities,-, natural and 
red, ! 



So Hop & Co\ 

630 Fort Street 




ALWAYS IN 
THE LEAD 



Doing- only the best and bigheal 

•i i • ■■ ilgns at io\v >■ 1 pii :es. 



- 

While - - . ' - 1 Uploi .. 

II . i .1 

■ I 

; - 
, . — -O— ! — ( 

is th.- iiHluinl 11,'iVor," 

•• Hun for 26a Rfpw at your 
grocer's, • 



C. H. Tite & Co. 



m " interest yon to know that 
we b.-i re red 

in ' M- of uni pii ni'ipal 1 1 : . 



Lee Dye & Co. 



I Hall, 

lormoranl Si >and '■■• 



1 01 t St. 



Phone " 



Daylight Service to Seattle by s .». 
Ii"<imIs, leaving a a.m. daily, except 
Sunday. ■ ■ * , 



Anuthcr ShijJ men t Qt 

Raleigh Cycles 

1 [ave J tisti Arrived 

Harris & Smith 

1220 Broad Street 
'Phone L183 



effect upoa 
Nalthoid Roofing 

N Sulphur fumes around smelting 
pianis,, cat up s metal roof in 
short order, snd very -few ether 
materials can withstand the at* 
tack. Malthoid Roofing does 
the Dusines*. Engineer* and 
owners of property in districts 
aftedtcd by these fume* willssvo 
money by looking carefully into < 
the merit* of MaUhoid. Writ* 
for apecialbooklet.""" 

R. ANGUS 



wa 



Adent 

sJHHsji 



Wharf St, Vi atari*- 






Delivery Wagons 

Marie to artier just as you Woulc^ 
like them to 'br>. - : J.,.,.. 
Let us figure on one fon. you. 

Rspairino snd Painting ., 

Ruhber Tyre Fitting and Kemodel- 

ifig. ft 



\ 



CHAFE & JONES 

Corner Fort and Blanchard '8te, 
(Formerly with Victori*JX**0tf«f Ce^ 
Ltd.1 \ 



Friday, July 1 r 1910. 



£s 



: 7 ' ' 

VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



UL-—+ 



3C 



1D0NT 
I PICNIC 

► ■id 





• / 



DEAR'S TAX 




Tlu'rc is '|itiu' a 
Kramly J ; l;t-k- that 

picnic season. 



w e 



(.U'lnand tot out 'Scotch ariti 
mif up s$5eeralt) good foi 



>r iiic 



•♦ 



Special Flask* for 
Fishermen and Vacationists 



Tljfe little god with the darts and 
heuri quiver, t • ui>ui, has perpetrated 
some dark deeds '."i )iis Journey* 
amongst men, and even h«rc we are 
brought to u seend bl carnage tt'ftijre- 
Ln lie sets brother against brother for 

, iM . !,.,,,, | of ;, girt. Tlic. Civil War is 
«m, -and ou«<oi' the Hazard hoy*, Jack, 
is un officer in ipe Union Army. He 

and his i S< ' brother, Hairy, who 

i e ,, \\, si point cadet; are no much 
,.. ],,«,. «nii ujrettj EfHtty Woods thai; 
in, j nnv. Ri"\-. n to hiitr. 'each other 
bitterly. They <l. ho) conceal 1 ' Qjelr 
aniniti even In oout of Binlly, who 
d«ea everything In he? powqr to al- 
leviate tti i- Bu<(di n!> there 

cornea a pi cm lahii ' ion : i ofti Urn Fre- 
-j,.i.,'iil ' *.:'),.; all - ■jnU'tsw.'uu- l'urloii 

;il t . to i-.-i >< -i i. far wajp duty, and .huk's 
•;Mrk ls*'-Vtei tw i ' 1 1 Lis i ed tn the same 

(bre'gfflfl'efft ami uixd.-r 1.ik ; broths 3&CJK. 
v in be : '.'j" Jach la bard and vindloUV* . Knd •""' 

,. ; i( ,n,, ■■.„ni,i.i.-.i u*frt« -■' • hi the ii»< thlni • hj flees la t,o make 

. „ ',;• % %£ ,„v t h>ld1 ... hla b&fher a hart oh* 

, ',., ' . ■"' .»■- When Ji« ■ hjm to jwUSh hfc 

' Tmmm^w^™ ass 

to i iaei '' ■ tas oh land 



TVcnly-'Fivi' ariel Oi>e-Hc^t 

•A/lillsi'ii in!' DoUar.pcidecj 
'IV'oiV' Nu.Roduciioii in' l.m- 
i proveniunt rate, 



. %. ta> 




....... 



Turn Curlain- 
f washing 'into' f 
pastime by us- 



, ' ing the 



i low a I ii ml 
SOllTd hint 1 ", in l 
Ale- delivered 



!H\i Snn.'lay 



I )< .n*t von Want t 
wax d$ Mineral \\ aicr>. \\ inY-..i 

\ m; j (fefil e 



-■ 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 

-. i ?jt DoUgteS. H&m £<§£ Johns- ,n ■ v 



tWA 



margin Sol! 



Open 8 a.mr to 10 p.m. daily 



1 

an, I. Lmpi .'-'■-.' '■ i * ■',' ■""' 

rato ■ ' --mills wl-ll t«*'H' '■• • 

imouni and ri i a amall 
thurewH^i 

■ • city oonnc H i li 

. t$nt dedded upon th* ai")m_raic 

and ma Uo ' 'Hh but' vfcoy nrrty^fl-h^ 

'■''■■ 
., hl le' it would 

I . tlBfe rj to -■■ re' - •■' 

Iriinro i ' l0 -''' 

edj ihe»rate yvoulft ha • >•, so il! 

: V!c;iorKi ' f'ai Up in' 

t he 1 

land 

valuta u.r ted- a rate i 

woui.l i red. To 

25 pei ■ ' v,alu.ea 

wn-.ilrl' hecesaitate a rate of li8 mills. 
wiiii.- n. m\ IhihIs and 

tun v. i, i. nt- at Hi- raw H* a : 

enue. 
; q. ; — ^— | 



■f,,. ;il uu ... iri .. * Lolent •!'''! i-'.i 

\, oi da grow '■" Lei atid Harr ■ 

hitho ikIi h • n '°l h J-,Z 

i , ( ,l t ] " i.i! as r.itlk 

,, , . ; i iddi rtl ■ •■-. ■ "ii 

i ii . i Mi bv< i th ti hi, 

but Hari i >,■■<■■■ thi il g< i and 

• as in t> Ing his brotln r 
U p ;, i , . I I'-ni. Mj ana bile 

. ; , . , Uh< III 1..-I. .I.UI- 

ro -i\ Hi! ■ \\'li : i . i U ..i ' , * ■ H 

, . , . . . : ' i 



Fort Street Proprietors Appoai 
to Council to Explain .JvVhy 
mprovement Work Is Held 
Up ; 



Property dwnei 01 

1 ioilg'la« a ml ' '■" 



"NO-MECE"- 

Curtain Stretcher 

\\ ill) Yw li i C h 
Lyi c 6 Cu ruins 

are drieil ' so"' 
perfectly t n ^t 
they look lilfe 
1) r a n d n e w 

rnifs. See theni 

here. 



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AMUSEMENTS 



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Majestic Thea\rr 
pjctnrea p*oeured by th^ n 

Of l lie fthove th. aln- tOV toilay 



The 

ami tomorrow arc the best anov 

' ' lena. an 

di itlon "i Heli ii 

n's moat romantic novel, 

■--n prJmaHly to show the 

injustice of tli^-^hii.' man to tl 

dlan, 'I'lw in. iiiiv follows the nuvel 

eloaely, "going S« tax as to reproduce 

the actual aceherv. where the 

is lahl."a picturesque t<j\vn in Ven- 
tura ■-•sronntv, t : ai. The - lo ve — jitogy 



OK 







Commences Tomorrow 
Morning at 8 a.m. 



In every ad. that we put before you we emphasize the 
fact that Our Prices Are Positively the Lo w est- Every 
Lady and M iss who has v^'ited us-has tbund thisstate- 



nothing o| its i...w- r in the pic 
tui-f. ami one wants t •> ii. • something 
bo help th^ uhfo+tu nates who 
,Ttv i.s aeatroyed, whoae land; is taken 

iv ho w 

■■*» u 

shows praphieanV th.' mjU8tlce'AvW • d 

dec] Wife si'tthlll'ilt of a fi 

. •r..l.i.' p^jporton d!C il" ; United s I 
- "The i »i> ei : "i uhuayal 

t ihowtng deep-aea diving 
, hichVt i • ; 'V actual 

i divers. All the pharaphernalia and ac- 
.rn.t, «ml the piHurea 
mad.- fr.im soriptloiw 

,>f .livers long .in tUY wnrk- and 
j as am ithlc. The .Stoj-y ^a 

Of Jealously and th.- cutting- of- 
the aii'-iuh.- atul lit'.-- lim ' "f 

! the divert leaving him at the botto m 

or the- ;ii - r •' ln ' 1 "' 

.Lto rlst " ^ii"'-s 

i weTghtea-oelt. A submarme plac- 
ing harbpr ^mtnes In practice 'work., 

comes tn>->ii J . oe« and the iHyer. 

vliu hav;is th«- submarine'' to plant a 
mine cornea upon the un 
'fct.ni, h.-p'r.-' jt [e too late alul r.'soties 
the imrortiinaty man. The Ptcture is. 
_IB realty, a strongly educational dim, 
i affording an opportunity to; Bee di- 

wurli— iuul- a.m4.ulte._an -undeisliind.- 
In>- pf thelt ■ ni"th..ds. , "A!t.-f H • 
V. Mrs," a story from thr Civil war, 
and other a very .-1- 

■ n! '■'■ . , ■' i , 

Romario Theatr^ . , ■ 

• i At" i . . . ■ : ,; 

Saturday $h'ere will . 

tho most thrilling and "m'.sT, \\ - 
. pttt "li a' tnovlnti. !.-■ 

screen'. Thia rihSImil 

and is eiititl<-d ''$$» Ihothcrs - 1 



;i nc l j, bo iia\ r i ttend 

ilthl ally, .write* a hpte 

;n -The \ni.n I 
.,. ni.,1, h, 'i i h tnol ... . 

Tsdy* b ' n the 

: ■ . utfit ,ha.s 
tppeai • IScTi 

lio has, -no difficulty I 

a'i ontfi . nut when 

tent tl 

. . h other liki -. but 

Ktnily and h.-r sisti P Speak softly to 
them' ami ttrey both drop over the 
their d 

• str.-'iifrth shi • each 
,.i their i'.amis,. and, '"cn'UftflerthTg^br'd"-' 

. r last wish, i 
h. r eyes in, th>- Blumher thai Knows no- 
awakening, The lUin .whicli' 

the 
, -. |.m-.lui 

left their 
... 
i i Ittle better, but 

.d, itiiiyj'i- a 

• , by this 
Li Por- 

tratts," • Just 

if his pi 
whosi of liealtli n 

i ond hi nnot tTtftV!' : 

iio tipany 







merit to he true. 



and one day 

tag with 

.... | i 

, re, and her 

daughter if the 

nfort hi r, 
■ ■ months later tl 

I wit'.-'a 
friend, and on her port nt it 

takes .the i I ■ "1 V.il- 

theHehiW tits neoesaary 

moved to her" mom.- Shortly" 
before' the mai . the 

painter la a co- 

iirda breaks oft' 
i.-nt. Disillusioned and 
spgry he snatch* ■ 

into »t'tt>-Us. hut feeling 

looks 

down and "sees ids daughter, who, 

d|r$wini aside tbt -—. is * - th e 

The 
painter la taken with remorse and 



].-,„, itreel 'j"-- 
si <■<■..■[:■. are t Udr- 

1 , 1 , it riViA..jis i: iiMt-.i at thta \\.<v win. h had I 

i Lki a piass ..ii. ii..- soiwBMuei" " "'' !u "*' 
.,mi'"'iTn|,i..Mi.K, thai pbftten Of, »"the! 

i ; aghfttiP*. The m'-mi"i.-'j.'r '_|e- CttJ 

,,,,,,.. ii ,,..,.■ i -.., itif.H am-. i 'last ni«iit. 

w heV^^ 1 "apauiatlbn o' " ' '■ I 

Upon thi r.iiii'u-ii i" -.'."'k -.me ' Sp '" 
aia.;. !'•■: .lie, <lelt)V m.vfm^ HWB '•' ■■ I •" I '■ " 

., tu !...• M i .\ i Hmi> H'.i-. ut'^., declared 
i j,,.,, the o* n- its * ''i ■ about t ired. of 

ill. ."il.-l.- ,m.l .iff auM.ms '... Know \vlial 

la ;. , ; Un%"\Ki <■ '■" A, '^Ttre itlffl 

;ipj„.|.|. ,! t0 M 01 rr 'i ■ 

,,'w nara I bat the . baye'm* It 

,..,,,. . i , of i .i. hi . ■■ • 

"Tnsteaci ot ten j iiuail 

Whs there an y 

■ 

«0. TNliat'.' ' . 

. .Mr., L-.iXton 
cost w,i.'iil,l make it mil 
.iV,u< is, who v. ill be.. r-> *-t i'J 

■ .. .i impro.veiheitt : ■ em 

Tlf) e 

averse .to luaikiiui. Lbe life <'"" the 
\\..:1: more tit in 1 

... , .... re laid i 

I..II ii.lnvi. 

' i u eiii y j ears atj.i the 

ao; not •la->t out lie- lull-' 
th"e expiense oi the 
lopted 
U«r«. 

several of the alderinen wanted to 

know ■ se'tidvi.e th.i - s had 

i the t\> ars" t«»rm »Thni 

• ■•1 unsol 
y 

i t"uis,. ln- 
rp re- 
marks I'n. m the board the m< 
which e^uld not understand how thi 

solicitor, after fur., malty : Ivlsflie 

on focal imi'i oyeui. nt works, arid' :. 
triff thflC there arejegal difficultly 
th.e * term of 

I ■■ .■; ihoe •- have advffeuU 
the twenty year term. " "" 

Jlr, L.UXtOn stated that he ban no 

but that tha -owners would be 
Willing' 1 --id the ten year term i 



PRigES;.,.S3.a5 9 nd ^2.75. 

— • '■ u - ■ ' : ' ' 

-DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 

608 Yates Street- £ : - 



Corner Government 



... ■■■ 



It's the 1st of the 
Month Again 



j ( . ,;, ; 0a \ . in. wTTl vvaiJt to i enew 
- ■ - your groc er} supplies; lry 



su.-h had i-. IM bW th.;y' did wanf the 
WQrk rusi thead. Some owner.* nfe 

halting i" build, but the glnaer 

ret uses to Kive the stte.-t lines Until 

the bylaw lias been put through."- The 

widening bylaw has'atready been passed 

and the own.- I fed to see why the 

engineer • the lines, even if 

ement and sidewalk 

, 'not yet been passed 

Commttte* to Investigate 

finally Mr. I. ■■■ 

Bannerman JEfiXflicaw r.; to hTtervl 

the city ban- ■■, .\ii^»ttcdi.taia if 

engineer can p£eper)b 
lines ai preaenl hether th" 

.- , .-rni without 

the owners' petition- - a s kin g — for. t l ie^. 





"The Grocers^ That Guarantee 
" to Save You Money 



, \\ t \ { WilJ be snri.ri'sc'1 at tlic w 00,1 

roomy \vill S'PRK.M'. 



Now. Madam, that we jhave decided to put on a 
July S alh^v e most ce rtainly are going to hold our rep - 
ut'ation a^'The House of lowest Prices 



• ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 



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New' .-Hi-. Tr 

l T()\ TIIA'!' 



Here are a few prices for Saturday shoppers: 



Pongee Silk 



Natural Colour 




with bitter self-reproach he clasps his 
Child In hK arms 'and vows never 
:u . to TorK'-t the. memory of his 
th e r f llin> fj|i 
iin.. : educational film 

t* " til India." and shows tle-se 
ut animals do ing work 

tnan clitin.-t do In' the way-'of -lifting 
huge lots. Ai D .-iKht." 

v oini- ; ;.\ Prince's Word of Honor." 

J-'ilie," ' Allow, d:" 

Th'.. Chrnnophhne .talking -pieture ma- 
chine will. render loiis song hit 

hi a 

I'Si.- Itoiiiario ,.r- 

eiii il f'li-iiisii the music for. Hi.- 

ofwlag a of tiio 

.-lions: March, • 

selection 
fre nv rauet ; ae renato. h- ■■.vskh 

t\ the Qta 

^Vfter feunsoti" .-+-■■■ 






At Pahtages Today 
■ >mo'dy"-pi 

si 

ing enti rtalnments presente 
-.■ long time, s 



twenty- year term having to be rei 

i.y the i The denu- 

• m< ssrs. Jo lep 
Sayward.. Arthur llavms. A.'l'. I. 
I >r. Eraser and others. 
file Ban itation, representative 

street property i 
submit.' i tlon u sklng that 

;--uii)K "t 

un lf o rtti width of i 

i.-.-i be amended by making the 

a feet, with the twenty 

width the .roadway, with 

w on Id irrow fur 

■ 
. .. • i recommended 

• ■ Hit in, view of lie 

wish of- the o'w n..»rs i hell., ilealdet 

• in tO si St. -en 
'ter the deputation left and 
council adjoin del a meetlng^Oi 
Stfe. •, hehf>wheh tl»e 

near submitted a rejftJrt *.i 
Uiat Uie it the sidawaik wiik. 

on W^n be frreater with 

foot skfewaik than witi- 
of twenty fee£f<_jJ 

w ill/fiiive 'to he laid \sith the' 

.', a I k rrtam ^g I 
His figures were: With' the 




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<'horii*T>ralI the term niTiiSXr^U.i; 
til-, us, it is of' -pretty; shapely singing 
i Is. Dull 



ix. -nlafV |')or.._\ar«l 
v „..J.LLl.y...t:ak' 



r.varc 

In!- ,-rvrl 



lar, jper yaM 
July .Sale.-."'. 

nl;iv; l>or-V 



fulv Sale 



Marjorte 
tic - soubrette 6i the 
company, is "i * ctorla 

audie i t' u s. it a 

' 

Mid Lnke 
,,,■ Victoria Th. 

ter in 
. ■ mi antongsri the 

I 

LiiS .with 

lorf 

I • o'itl 

When.' 
: una. 

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iw, while 

"■'•', n •- 

lOftt 

li inli ii- ',rew. "are 

ft very 

. 

- ^ ' . . .. - . - o- : — - - 



u foot. walk, wood block pavement. 
1 S.Biifl :' - nth ami £ 

moving .eight telephoni 

i Bl'eetrle com- 

pany's p-" ■ • " i 

>!!'; total $10,5«i - * 

'The cost', with the walks wj.tei | ■ 
iw.-iii aclndtng the cost pf i 

ins. 'will be as follttws; 15;188 !■• 

i eurh and 

gutter, $,',:!!> r. nuyi ing I i ft. 

pole?»-^a4 ,f.|8 S " i .'Af*1n' , one ' $ia; 

(ji -■■ \ hydrant, flO I 



■ , - - 
' • irei 

,.,1-C— old I" ifl 



nlai-.-ne fvaftl . 

julv S:i if . . •' 



< Mil" 

i'.ath 



entu 

JvuIh's. 

* down 



included .in .thi> Sii 
Dfcj^inir- S;icVi« 






rices; vow never 



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Heart 



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Which ; Plaintiff ..-.Claimed 

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tnei.it in 
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all/. 



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Opp, Eo & N. Uepot 





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. Vents 
T207 Government Street 



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refai ''- "" ' 









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u;i Soxjcrrrmi rM 



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BOYS BE 
INDEPENDENT 
MAKE MONEY 
BY CARRYING 
THE COLONIST 

If a boy wants to earn his 
awn money, The Colonist 
.will help him do n. The Col- 
onist needs a fev/ inJilM.nous 
boys as carriers. By <l*it 
ering The Colonist, in the 
morning, outside pf school 
"n6ws;"'a'"boy "can earn 'his 
own money without associ- 
ating with undesirable com- 
panions. The boy thus en- 
gaged is not the kind to gel 
into trouble. This kind of 
boy is bound to win. The 
training that he will get will 
be of inestimable value in 
later life,, and through his. 
-^. TOT k_-f <>l ^:p ? tf Coloaist_vvil] 
help lay the foundation of a 
successful career and a use- 
ful citizenship. Boys That 
w.nild like to carry The Col- 
r»tM«ii will please make ap- 
plication at The Colonist 
Circulation Department. 



New Ideas in Candle 
Holders for Birth- 
day Cakes 



Doves, Roses, 
Candlesticks, etc. 

Candle Special 

do. ivd ''trip wax. Quite the 

ehy \\ c rla> c hei 

X.r, Breakfasl and i.im 
-ii a usual !'; !'l:u*. 



Store Open Morning and 
Evening 



Clay's 

Tel. ioi 619 Fort Street 



Smoke the 

Silver Tip 
~~Cigar 

STSai »r elear Ilnvanna filler. 
Its the beat 'cigar on tho market* 




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1 1- ... . Kea .. v - 

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of thiti 
my part dt 

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1 ■ r ■ for '-•■ v "- ; - :-' Irani 

^rtj't-i'i'.'i. . * 

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; tlia, i'l.r ..'a . Now at yo'Ji- 

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ookt»aoto» *»» wtuoum 

rhoae lt«»- 

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VICTOIil V DAILY COLON18T 

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Friday, July 1, 1?UJ. 



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Buy Your 





From Us 



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^bnh^in? I''!' S'l' tsi atfin ■ line, mh<1 thai qfm 
i frre Bte 
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In Woman's Realm 



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no tiling "i 



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Hint on Electric 

^ • •- : -^Limited 




l Here and there 



Mw i m.'t b stateinv at ' hal tuberou- 

|0S IS OUSllt I" I" -I.l!lH>-d OUt "I I three 

1 g- ( ,,, . utlons s^is .-.H- wondering' ho-w 

' rtviu *...w ,i.'sn.i.ii!. ii -uit la t 

I.I ,umhi/".' l '".ll. Th" |8 .1 III. IK' I lQ 

i lid ' I . rtcn hs ve a ..vital kitfcri n 
there li nn time to lose- If th» « prk; in 

i ,, ,:, , i .J. i . /rind ii > 1 1 ■! 1 1 .i ill tj i .i n""i 

-•-,'/' hi <' '.i" I the aid 

m.m„ Hi. Ii v, Omen ran g7\'e roOhe; and 
1'liu , .ni.l uuivU' t-h'-ii set ;\ ii .c- l>t>4 l.i 

la i iif in..; h ■ - . i 'I. makei l • 

I . fee '-"li'il M|...n to : i k • "■ 
t ■ 



«ll 



keenly aliw 



This 



Ku.hI woman nils 

is till' Ictlel 

' "Willll-'er t'll.xlle. I"'' Wi ]S '^' 

'I'll.- Queen ajyishes LO astt the I. >"'i| 
i'Ikuic. lii'i- whether HO steps-, can . be 
t itken to prevent tin present- 1>uhHeliY 
of the procewJlngB before'jhe new Di- 
vorce count, 'Hum. ,ms"". aiii'ii nniM 
necessarily Increase when the new haw 

becdnrea re and more k»"wii. #11 

Miiu-'iilni'iHt ilaih .i large . 1'i'i'ii r 

t he new spapi rs., and a ri t>3 bo ■' P 5 

.laloms a e|uiraf»er that U CaskCS il 

almost Impossible i" 1 ;*i i ,a i" ' '" ' 
trusted in the iinini.- of a young ln.K 

'■i 1...;,. \uii, ,,: i', M.r.-l l'i"h ii 

novels i ii'.n ■■ in. ii ' aref.ul p»j '.v.V ; - 

vi"ii!,t (r\ to |.:'"i' .1 Mi' :r children TOP 

be ■'■■- bad a I hai li oaiiy bVoughl 

:i'H(l l.n.l upmi i In- ,ii> e|t>k( I Jl I iutle b( 

overjr educated tamilr-'ln .QSiiBlahoT; an.a 

ills rfft:i-i tiaiisM h. mosl ptriihdiiUJLllu 



tin' puDllc morals of the couatfj'. 



i _ — i«-44*- ■ ■• ■'■■■■ i" ■ d i : ' 

i ViM'i.' \r i" .. ! 'i i '.) ' So oh< rt ii" 

fl llA r-.l ...i I In Al I. ml i. ■.."•ar'l I 

will heslfui to s'ay'4na1 their Is. [I <:■ ] In all tSren U»i cl*eaa 
- . .:,. rt'est i'el ■ ■■ i - mi- aai aiade, p®pd1« 

Ramola 






— 



McLaughlin Buick 

ars 



A !iioi;<; 



nflrirli-stically desigl^d i\im ' 



v,_ 



aliout l"ar hits never. ' rlb'fou- ' Ivcn. pmclm-ed. 
>lrl.nui;-hlin IHiick jo li.p. . KunaUnut is ill..- Uvi-iu 

i.' and ihc last word iii mot^r ea^H^ttli^ 
., tnadc ir-.ni the iii^lu-st iiHs^il.le grade ©J: 

materia].-. ., L^^il^Z . .. 

,-^-T1iev give -;in where <Hner> tail. 
;l.k-uer lei u v >!vo\v a.e. priced, at; 



i 



nol in ni.s , .;\ "ii irt this i'i -nvi.il ■ . \. li<' 
j ,'!^ ; .i - .Mi. , young man -Of 

" 'i : '" 'I--.' ill- l.l.j"iii ,.i ., OUth. 

ox . watched . I faither p.f nactfii i 

a '] lues's iniilil;. . 

That .is.j in i.pl... ,\ ,. n.-.-a I" Dfi alivi^ 

; :r danger Is sitow n by- health 

I'li.l-.. Ill', . 1L'.,0IM| 

' ■ i ■'• • every y<-Ai in 

In qui" land oi 

il'ul t'O". 

ilcatl) rate .fruih this oa bu>t I i 1 1 j • - 

than in (:Vi'ill_r>riUiiii. with its 
led cities and it* boverty-strlcTieu 
aistslcts. ■ ■ 

It has !i.-,mi proved ill ih".. inuthcr 
'try that sanitary lmpcov< 
Which ferre thf> p'ooiple to ■ ! •■ til" 

laws pf health have reduced the death 
f tuberculosis Kami 34 to ' ■ 
't'his was before it 'was [earned 
that .tion in its early-* 

;ure4, and before rteasurea 
an contagion, 1 In 
djhburgh during cars when' x 

anti - tub"eVi : uios irnpaigp- 

(alien lima 18.5 ho Ji.7. In 



, . ctlon, 

Readers of 

will rami mber.;ho\V Oij M01 • 

entlnes i'i-1 from (Jlagtie Btrickea 

I " hean t . 

Bat "at lea*! the* "•;•-'•. 
, ,,.. eoccttae that de - " 

evltabh hi by n 

woaw be no oertaln to fall vicnrni 
to tii. .iii-art-fnl fate. ^ 

•rti.-i-;- a,, i **yj wha 

oul of an Imagine;! 

those demonstraUons uiy-iiiv 

tii.n which nat.ifre la I 

i ar< far i - ■" -• xh[ - 
world than phyatcal BJj 

n who. ', 



hah iiiuifiiin-(li")i eiXO'Ugh to I'iclui. ih 

after stale of lihai tray. s>he tvouii 
rierer gts wn spilling things day after 
gay, w'Jth rfpipropilato lanientatloiis 
ahe woid.i put iJverj'lhlhg parable 
ami spillaftle in small ppts or pitchers 
ami If such small utehsflB*^Se B04 

nlentji in the houeehblol, to eat&blish 

i\ sum" i\a\ C0npe^j;}011 with khr "al 
side w'oria; ami b> ih.'.' • vpcmiii ni" qt 

iift\' <"lits gel I'A ' tlm ion Ami 

ii.iu mimii better Is the fresh'- papei 

."aplJn ,,l IVan the, hall -SOlJed I""': "ii' ' 
g),y. .aihl >.'i-Sli thai Hi" amau'-ip' i'a- 

i m)w ,vhen i ■< or she, is urn too 
Piighl ita'. " t h" Ij taglnatlon to real 

inns , in- iii 'i. w orW oNap.pi ecTatl 

appi'uval lir-ari. ns | :,, i,,,i .,■ \ll 
forglveii i ii" Invalid Ingratll udej 

i omplainlnga, nn. phi roftt d'tempei 
ma-\i's. ceaseless and " di 

nianiis fp1 s«r\n-o. \1! the BBU U .vm - 
h't urns .-I in.- i.ir i . i . i ,s. .it 1 !, :i: . . ; 

Bdlth Is {11, a n i inn hing Is ; 

him or bfer. Bui soih -. eyei i 
null- m".-i cramping bonds oi ori 

ous iUii" - s, ha \ ■ been Ci Ijgh in 

■ mi" pi'i'tinns of the soid t... h. kind I 
—-to r\pr"ss thanks for service ren-" 
d'ered, •plflnaure in what \\ was so 
i.-i v nih- hoped? would. g£? ' ' a"'.. Il 

is really a ■ • to ay, "I'hai 
so pi "ti \ : i "wish i could "at it, as, 
-YVhy-"'diil mi him,; in,. tUat .'•' To 
the nttrs" these i mall_ sweetnesses 




THE 



Amberola 



The Newest 



EDISON PHONOGRAPH 



i if nil -■ itrrrd ccprodw&n 

l, '[.'-. ' . t i,j J four 



Thi' greatest 

•irtg m-l nii'tcni- 

iniii'ii" re'eoj 

.\l.:hi >lmh\ !iiii.-l 

,' EASY TERMS 1 

n 



\\ ission (| .tl. o 



M. W. WA1TT & CO LIMITED 

( Hd^t Mum.- Hou " ill !' g; 
Herbert Kent, Manager roo4 Government Street 



wfmtm 



Low Prices and Good Groceries 
Inseparable at Saunders 



make real little Places"*©! Ri t; they 
stimulate th 



fort; i hi ! 
those 

they 
again. 



• Imaginal Ion to I esh ef- 
even moraeniarlry 

tii";,! li;"l that s.-m.n as if 
be really com; 



are 
some- 
'I'll- 

'or fe.'K' Ot 

disease 



m 



•it 





stern "Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

iion.e 6c^5 



Broad Street 




eohsumptlon. in 1930," tin ■ ndw 

hs than there 

W'MV t» 

'■'.". asm-, s ••.-fiinirn-mleil for I 
the suppression, of this disease bv I 
'■Ait., have glvefl the subieel most study 
;m - L! for the peor and th* 

the la 
health generally ,an.i p| ti • 

•rrri-TTf th.- fl 
ItSaCniHg IS gong !,,y ,i, U V.,s Hi. Q 

*ZHr " tho n O' m e»"of the poor and i M 
-ftps*, srhools. . ..I,, l;..stm. -Kmmanuei 
Ii.ts un.hTT.it-rn tiv Instrui 
."' adult c{aa»es7 and Iii atorrtreal Bftni- 
rark.ls gone at st. i 

l. it may he ask^-d. uhv i).-?il the 

of women |n this city and on 
this islanti trouble thenUN 
tin- t»"^t metl 
suffering ) ttom& jto ... 

tUgh, Uli ' — . j£ ..U,nsli a- 
ln-lird iiij.l Btteb ni iilii-.s: - 

jrrrtTiiik- nTeetfTiKw^. place*, children are 

all'n.v. ' and am'oiiK th" ills I 
which grown. up ' i i . tuber 





and the 
iow the i.iit- 
ard signs of tend^rnoss. Is but. t".. 
ndunlovitiK ' " 
brpnght vtff where caresses 
sparii ■ ^ i all. mlsi 

thing lid's bh-thright 

calculating nature, which 
the ppsalbttrty of contracting 

WOUld W ithhojd fr-»m child 01 

fr^aiia the kiss whieh has from earliest 

-:,' g ^K been regarded as the *e«] as well 

as the .symbol of •affection, Is hoi on« 

to i>« ad mil 

The stones of >>ld pi "Jjy® 

ti. '.. a hundred, which b* 

!, circulation and > 
being toctors hi 

la ilnU'h- 
[nson has given the results of these 

nation* arches. Hi 

there ha i rt- "- 

ten irians in 
the ' ' nioinl, l ■•• 

. a hiin.i. rsTcnd 

teii da vs. These' were Intelligent 
pie wh<> knew their.' 
Old men and women, this, writer 

thinks, rotten, their' "V>->t:^.. Close June 17th and ^Gth. 

Tins may not b" almug-hT vm 

vimjii^.- Except among -tlw vei 

ii'im;-' " ndt tak" 



I ]j VP United Kingdom 

' Close Tuesday, Thursday a 

;1 ','' ■ day. il 1" ni.'; parcel post Fl 



NEW ALBERTA BUTTER, ;, !'>-• i'" J - • • • : •'■.' ■ ■ • • 
FRESH ALBERTA EGGS, per' dozen .... ... - : . •• 

NEW ISLAND POTATOES; o lbv\ 

I-RESH STRAWBERRIES. r ^ fcqs . 

FRESH. GOOSEBERRIES, per \b . . ri;Vij^..> : « 



$1.00 

. MYc 

..2r»< 

...10^ 



\ 



The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

-Where urn g51 the i.e-st ami Gheagesl = 



56.1 [tfrhnsai] Str* 



Let Us Estimate/dii Ymir 



m -that .women wi 



WIRING,. ELECIRIO 



ID 



Oilly- first class, ma 




t . 




ETC. 



Workmanship guaranteed. 



'■ !% here have no servant 
wpuTd ■bitterly, repent the presence 
in their -h— - a none, who 

ere either bj chavit- 
.,r by th..- .authorities. If 

tin ot mans - cas.s Miip- 

ti.ei h< ;"*a' ts certain there 



'.ii'.fni note ..r time. 

minds arc feeble may ; 

n"o who can sup- 

. ' ■■ ■' i date. fA«. Mm „,^ 

Hot the testimony ; of irisutanc.- 

■ ini.-s is m.ir.--Tr-liilhlc. It il 

in the 1 ' - Clglisll 

eonipnnv' has paid' a claim on 

U-- In 
VnU ■ only 5 ^ o.he policy 



Vancouver and Eastem-Canada 
Close dally at 1.4a p. in. and l'l p. la 
Due dally J. 45 p. m. .and 7 p. m. 

United Kingdom 

and I'ri- 
'riday,/'T"l\ 
P. tii. ( 

. .Monday and Tuesday 1 p. iVS 
- "Fday. 7 p. in. ' 

China and ^apan ^|! 

close June l''th. 20th, i.-ith. 25th, 
July. 4th. '-~ 

Due June 13th. 16th.. nth. 20th. 
2-nd, Wthi 2Tth, -*tli. July ^'th. 
T~~" Australia and New Zealand 



»Du< 



uhebmmon. U- i- for x^u* Mtnider it m.ust 

v.:;tv that instir- 



• ..: ta fcrc.iA majori- of house--! ance sixty yi 

■■*■•"•?,__ ."**"■■ ~1" . i i.. „._.;- .-,,xi-\ WfifA' .thinif 



Prices, right. 

HAWKINS & HAYWARD 

PHONE 643. 



tmd etiudllv certain thatr-wnh per ■ n we hs>ve knf.wn ami iov,^-w4Ug««-»-i 

- . red from tii" world ln_ Whrcji J. M J 



■/ 



:8 YATES SI 
■ / 



Miinr tt i "Tjy™ r " v *™ m «'''''' M " 3 » w ' 1 -' J 



T^- 



riivcrsity 

FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. B. C. 



FOR BOYS 




• thing. 

It looks ns If tlic'rv may h- 
• 1 : jsor 

.'i.son pysii-rfcWa 
Meanwhile th^ rest oi the 
world will wonder whei 
while desiring to -live .on,' a f teij all 



h an 

Honolulu 

Close June l'itli. 17th, lSth, U4tli and 

July. Sod. 

Due June lSth, 17th. 20th, 28tli. 

29th and July, 4th. 

Branca via Halifax 

"(lose -June 10th, 14lh, ''21th. and 

2Sth. 

1 Dawson, Atlin, White Horse, Etc. 

■so on Saturday at l.h> p. 111. -• 

Due, uncertStln; 




NO OLD WORN 
OUT COW 



over supplies the beef - for^t his 

market only tneat from young 
choice cattle Is permitted io en- 

icrhcrc. ^"o.ii cannot possibly 
know what the besl > bei 
like until yon have .put 

tie "i pur roasi 

I s... Try -oh.- today i"? - 
veating's sak&. And odr i- 

the lowest. " 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YATES ST 
iOrjE 514 



Stewart 



- 



Half Term Commences May 17 

Fields 



At 



-9:30 a.m. 1 

Fifteen Acres of Pia> ing 



pr. tatfen* the* germ 

will., fasten on those . who 
a v ite mi health arc 

. 
re a 
. 1 one is suffering from the • 

f that tl Ives 

►per food, . lives in - 
lertijoys tb< , - moind "f iiun- 

f Shine Tio^sible . and • is "'■snv-H-r-" | 
every t 
the happiness upph whlchn de- 

o, mm h .will not be laekin; 

doty of mothers; aii 
, aid determine- to su nd carry 

1 trie, regulations- tnade-'by tito 
health authoi I - 

of h uldsls patients 

have i.v"il. T.-ai-li'TS;.. the majority ,.f. 
whom ar^vwiuneu. "an do a preat deal 
sfirmjlc and .* practical n 
of health with 
, ■ th.-' " - -"lit 

a^nii luhgs. ; r vjgtt* 

108- 

jcl >ic ;•• pr ' • 

4-"iholil on 'this ishje 

and, Indeed, in- the .nvhoUi — piteerrnce, 

"in- wort - 1 • autlon 

. I'.Jt it l« m«t,. ,,„ that lie-. 

\ ■ ■ ■■-. ■' 

ir baa al en a matter or, sm-- 

:.\i hmvapaper • thi.? 

il ln«#H thai the .KiimI'is!^ 

itltnTaltsn 
iT^hnTrld—TTrrhHTih 
"di- ■■ dings •wiih all 

■ 11 suggpirHe 
■ AlverstPne, m ho- has had anrpT< 
tui". long 

Judlcla rving" tlm i i 

publicity, has 

The.- names of the guilty 
ties should., he believes, be pub- 
•■d. but .nothing more, jn Buirport 
tentlon he publish" 

.""-"Il Vi 

1. hair a "entiii 1, 
— rtrrrt — mih ll ci 



Clpse "AVedncsda. lueoii 

M onday. 
irTrice, Rupert, Port Simpson, Por| 
Essington. Etc 
1 lose Tuesday, ""Thursday and Hatur- 

1.4:. p. M, 

Ddo Monday, Wednesday and ^rl- 



,in. Spacious N,cw Brick Buiiciinig. ■ 
Accommodutiotk for uo Bonlers, ^ 
Ch'cmTcaf'Laboratorv: Organized Ca\U;l Corps-^J 
, 'Struttio; -ilntil -.iwd Cricket: Gymnat 

' and .Uidnor Rifle Range. 
' RECENT SUCCESSES" AT McGILL AND R.M.C 



^ItiskctTy Tn- 
nasturn 



opinion 




WARDEN! 



! - Rev. W. \V. Bbitdn, M.AT Cambridge. 

._.'. - VlUi:i ' I PALS: ' •' 
R. V. .. I ■■CV...M.A., Camb., J..C. P;in> ' Unf 

assisted • ■ • a£f <>\ yniycrsity Men. 
- | Uis A-p4ily_the' Btirsnir. " ' 



1 

sTi" 

ted^j abuse, to which this 

THE ROSE SHOW 

r, hill., you .h;lve B lift o l" II, • . , 

. .ni - s;mv" there. We' can i 



wasa-st+ll lingev wjih bermrn^Jea^faSSuf 

fbnejl I'li'i. 
There is an exerilfent ' •s.rtirl. 

•ir nursing In • rent num- 

: Harp ;\\!liile 

Is mucin n It .worthy, of note the, COn| 
laragraphs mo; • 'found; 
'lly hejptul. 
It ir '! tll( - 

lould rest in tiny way 
her Imaglnatii to. lier;, 

that - Id precioui 

minut. 5"!» 

her tir-.A. JJi- ' r fcl 

friend toi minutes Sitting 

■ above 

all thine' 1 ll '*' ° 

minutes I '" »M **»n and 

.take of something thai she ■ 

likes if it"be only bread and Cl 
and a glsJW 

'•''' thi ^ ; ' ' t tn Ji^ , '■ 

from .tie K ,n h. 

for the invalid: i l j.' v 

strength and energy In herlof; th 

ivhi'ii. God. wllllnj ) 

-„,st or air: rran i ■ [ , IU1 } 

nslghtlv plat.fuls. do not. relroVh. . I 

.m'w rf mother one wi> ftgbrf 

, are of a dearly beloved child thrN^u 
.," | on g re- lUnet* She man- 

aged to leave the room In the morning 
long enougrrto g I down, to 

nnd drinl t h«M c 

a, roll and see the other older children 

for a mon '" '! ,f l0 

► W ld not icavj 

-mil nrira 

• iihi,. 

tvitfch ■totel*. ^T eTTlTre~TMin ■ I oT 

ep for a Mittl" -while. Paring tho 

., . the mother ivould drink a glalss 

ot'inllU. or th" like, at. the door or that 
smk-roimi, fOr the i lllld I 

,,,-ip ,,,i life when Ih". mo- 
unt to ■ 
,..,ii ;., | iC Q i.i s-li t • I n-ilieX'I^-Jjy^L- 1 



Clayoquot and Way Ports 
osc' lsL^th, lath. 2oth of 



Sec Us Tomorrow For 
Sunday Suggestions 

. \X \^.. f.'-r oil • 



(^/ F:\iXCV Pi X 'KAITI.-.KS. each 



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CllirRR-n'VS.Jocal. per lb 

\PR!C< I'i'S. 1-cr lia>kct . 

I'.P.P.KKll-S. Jll». 

I.PM()XS.'pei;.d<.zcn ., 



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close. : each 

month. 

Mur. 4th,'l2th. lSth ami _sth of each 
month. 

Seattle and Eastern United States 
'('lose. 4.:!t> pi m. "daily; due .7 ^:.tn. 

daily, except Sunday and l p. m. dally, 

Quatsino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 
quot 

Close 7th atid-.i'th "I BMh niotith. 
Due .12th and 2Stli pf each month. 

— ■■ . — Quatsino via. Port Hardy— — '— r-j 

-Close. 14th and 28th. 

Due 18lh- .Time : a-nd:2nd Jt.lly. 
Comox, Cumberland, Etc. 
Close Tuesday, Thursday and Sat 
d ay 8. 30 

ESue— Tuesday 12.1 

■ hvy. 7 p 

Sidney and V. $. S. Points 

lose daily except^undgy, 7 a. - 

Due daily • " P> m- 

Alberni 

7th.' K.th. 2«> th of 
month (by Si a fid liy rail WOUr 

. da\ . I-Yiday. 8.30 |> m. 
Nanaimo and E. A, N. Points 
sft dally, jexcept "Sunday i 
' .p. m. 

* Due' daily, ex. 
m, and 



t ;pn i I X ll ( iENt -^.'i' \J_\I»1'.I K\ C A K1 ; .S. I ic* 
ST< x\v P.K'S LIME JUIC^3ljottles .............. 



,. .30c 

:35< 

^1.00 



The West End Grocery Company,Ltd. 

a ( v ,..vci-iriiH-iii Street. •■' ";"' 



88 a ii. 



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EMPRESS THEATRE New Grand Theatre 



'edhfisday. 



Geoiaje A. Levelle, WSSB 




- THE LANSOOWNE FLORAL GARDENS (0. 

1591 Lansdowne Boacl, Victoria, n. 'c, 
inn; catalogue. 



I>ansclow no 
Semi for 



HEAVY HOLIDAY 

TRAVEL TO VANCOUVER 



Princess May Impressed Into 
*Serv,ice. to Aid the Charmer 
Carrying Holiday Seekers. 



Local 
in 



UNIVFRSIW. SCHOOL FOR 

emus 



\*mK»m*tx+xnto<x3i''*<rv<!K' sots 



Collegiate School 

FOR BOYS. 

The LnnrelB. 1349 Rockland Avonue 



hi^h- 

f — U nit ing — lfMl+H« — *f — aJJ- 



i. ' 1 ■ • 
inr ia, DA' 

jna school Ith'. y»ipn' 
ftg"*; I : ;,t " 

Principal— Mi"^- Stednam. oert 



Pros- 



Eng. 



JAMES BAY ACADEMY 

A Private High- School. 



Corrig College 

urjic-ti Sill Park. Victoria, 3B. C. 
Select Hi' • I'ny ind 

Board1ri.fr> Com. •--.< rot it.-in of-«- 
to 1 8 y -i i -r-H, — .! ' .,>; t l u e4a.ant » ot, w _ell-. 



appointed gentlemen's notns ,4a- 
lovoiy tteacon, inn Park. INumbtr 
limited. Outdoor Bport*. l'r»- 

fl foi I" ■ ' ■ • ■ ■" I'T" »r f'. i 
fes»l"nnl or UnJverajt . -vi-nina- 

tleriF I '" ■ I -ft 61 .,- !•- .■ Ileal .itrlct 1 V 

^pkodTate. "A f«* i idea ut 

ring term. Febronry 1st. , 






Prlnct-.al. J. XV. fU'tlHCK. M.A. 



Vlnltor:- 



Supervlaor: 

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.Ucri 



A. 



Head Matter: 
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Christmas term beffins Sept. 13, 1 ». 



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i'l'MtP". • . '.a ill ''•■ -"' 



i eeiiinc. when ti" i find slept wl 

the mother cam.' ..ut into the 

: upper hall whi ■ ilder chll- 

aitinK for her. and the 
Irish maid, whose warn) Ik-ii! wenl 

oul to the little family, brought up the 
i,e -'mother's day— 
- hing th • ■ • that "I 

She tool, time to <'ai it. while 

i ... 

her, rrmi In' to " •' fhft 

hean ne their dJ 
all the funny thin ■ ivell ffS 
the arorious ones. : Shi I 

retiue -,tvlfa-t I have 1'< 

liether--*" 

iii.it ry in- tiot.'i She had Ihi 
enough' to foresee just h"A much dif» 

lerenee il wmiM wlletllel 

Knin)y f»nppnrtin:r 'st n^iKl h held •• 

lf-hpur 

1 . new Iji 
■Through tii" Ion ■ . 

■ - ..-hihl 
tfta-t* 1 

■ i si ; est cut 

, ■ t might he vo 

the am. i ■ ■ • 

hi i i:im;:ii 'Hen ahead "f bei with thn 
1 1 i which ' tnges so daintily 

nd tvppetlzlngjy, ni-i 

w dii that dower, on the 

.;. c ..n. a ,a. folrti d, vlth all heir 

In i - 'he f a 

i . . on ' ' 

the I" .; i rytlitn 

i 
.-.Mi. ii in H after 

whoTJf 'anyl . pilled i >h ■ 

i ' Hi .'V end '■■,- ■■ LIU fj a jiaisd 

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The steamer rrihc:e^s3ray was. Im- 

■ 
I'Omn ' travel ; \ in 

douver "ii iio'imiit of the. Dominion 
holiday. The Trim ess. Ma 
.rnier. both I 

s Victoria took ■ 

ong yesterday afternoo ii the 

will pro: 

- 
and will sail from the Terrnlnal 
■ Bouirda tor Skag 

, . ; ■ \ . pa ■-• "ill 

- 1 ■■ ■ PrlnOi \ " i"i i . 

- 
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, way ports.'- - 
..ii 

ci with, lier al Oliver, 



Amateurs Tonight 

■■ -■ 

■ i-il hob i 'ice at' - P in. 

- 

THE EMPRESS LEADS 

Others Follow. 



Pantages Theatre 



"WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, 

_ - jtfN-E 27. 

l-'ov . Summer SVason 

A Joyous Tftbttsa bs Merry Musical 

Creations by the Lov.is & Lake 

Musical Comedy 
Company 



WEEK JUNE 27th 



Three Gordon Hlg-hlftncw* 

Siim-e a 'instrumentalist^ 

M array K, Hill 

■|"lte .io,iy Monologist 

Harry Tmnia 

AIar.te.hni« Jap ESquilibrbU 

William Zlnelle and Boubelle Adelaide 

In their a.i i v and hi '.comedy, 

.\i ilea 1 lom New york "' 
James Toney and Norman' Antoinette 
i am,us!ng^>»pt ' 

Thomas J. Price. *" 
Hew Movirigr Pictures. 
On: Ow" Orchestra. 



MAJESTIC THEATRE 

'../■'.■ 

Where Everybody Goes. 



.lav 



Direct from S;ul Prancisoo. rretty »lng 

'" 
44^^.14 — cIbk*} 

Prices. » -- 




Pantasres 



. I'h i'l;.y and 'SStui 

"Rajuoua. ' 
"The Diver'a Remorse." 

i. iii.ii oh- 

. . • 
•After Many Years." 

.L'Harleft.uiaa, Mlalitmare.-.. .grvaJ, 
i i,i.rsTi:.\Ti:i-> ^' r - 

Ed 

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A dm 







1 hree Superb Lines 

i i JBxrup, th! : 

. '■ I ti" BO<3 

I 

ll.. tin lr ' f 

... OU.V* on - - enl i I 

50c 

berries a i 

j , ' • | ii 

i' ni, attention, rr. 



ERSKINFS' GROCERY 

Corner Johi Quadra 8ts 

Phoi ' toe. 



IhIatre 



■a.iissua.m>w»:.h 



TONIGHT 
C.P.R. Scenic Moving Picture 



.. ','■ . ■ ;, ■ . tl Of 

THE EMPRESS THEATRE STOCK 



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COMPANY. 

. . , Ml-. I- ' I •■' ir"." 

-; jr] T • " 

i . , : .., 6 ' . ' celebrated phi 

TRILBY 

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wacriKt; 

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I i.-.-iliiil,' ' i . . A r,... — ll" - 

j3ti Street, n.ear Jehnson 

-. ■ i. VI, toria, - * - 






Comtortabia— Corsats for Summer 

- .';•,. .i, ! ■ i omptort's 

and ! " i Ift'i ■ ■- • '■ ' ' ■ •- ■•' ■ ^*i"'- 

' ■ .. , H>H E ''ash 

'.• ! . ■■ ' 

»- • 

Excursion-. days , and Sal n - 

-.. a. i'i |t''i! ■ : Ii Island 

Liiioj -■'■ - l - - '•''■'- jli> * 



• « ini ., ., .- ri . ii 

President Taft,' "X.lvesto«-k Exhibit and 

* Cniindtnn Tto oim -n.t. Sf-ittle Fair. 
Jack Johnson t^RjBiithi* Columbia. 

f ■. nhijSi*^ ' f) p m 

I-"] -I.la a i : d*J 3 |> m 

ADMISSION 10 CENTS. 



ROMANO THEATRE 

Filday and Saturday. ; 

T I; i ■ I !i "I !■". B 1 Irmi I I m'p di lima, 

4 'li.l. I, H '''he V'-,;V- f'OI trail -"■('., I. mva 
l'.putl i i ■ I , ! ,-.. ' i in I : -' 1 i*> i-'-'hi'-a 
. | , 1 '.,,il.|, .1 u;hi i ' omil i A 

i ■ ,,,. -i rrrl it (TVJTtrn l '• • ■■■ ■ I rm> I , N'n 

i Hewed j 1 1 ontlc i T'aMilnR 
Picture) i "■ Ma't »ed Now llomatfo 

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Friday 



, July / 



1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 




Reason Why You Should 
Buy Your " 



That wo ran give yon the very best value hereabout^ is ca^ilv demonstrated 



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trices -which we •ha.v.e placed on this lot ot 



HIGH GRADE HOSIERY FOR MEN FOR 

'SATURDAY ONLY 

Tlu-.v coSSiil 5f m? vrry .highest" 'rrrrulc made. , 

35c values, hi -,11 cql^S. Sauinla\ . fvpm • • • • 
I. Me and Silk, ad colors. Regular §be and 75c ;":& 
$.1,25 values. exq&U^at Sill; and-^i-sip . ."'. 



'■^d 



FINCH 




INCH, 




LOCAL BOATS IN 
PLI 




Petrel," Burtojn Victoria Yacht Club; . 
Vlctorhfc- 



Morth. Vancouver, IVtcMlllion; North 
Vancou vpr'-^f ai ih t- fcl u b , Vancouver, 
Soya; B. R. i Lewis; Seattle Yacht 



/■ 



wo Victoria'- Launches "Will 
Compete in Event Finishing 
Here On ; Sundayt-Comp!ete 
; Off iGialriistJEntrics 



vis ■ 



For the management of the annual 
International yacht races which open 
here next Monday, and for the enter- 
tainment of the thousand or .more visi- 
tors who are "expected from outsido 
points, the arrangements are eompi 
The official programme wlU be' issued 
..rrow. On.lt will ' be shown a 
-dated list of the events with the en- 
■ *-sjn each., the officials, the course 
i \«] other details: On Sunday after - 
u tiie Meets "friSm. the var-iousu^id- 



Club, Seattle. : _ _' 

Narad, Dr.JCoe; Tacoma.Yacht Club, 

BttA. . 

gacajewa. Dr. Dwight and Reed; Ta- 

coma Yacht Ch*br*acoma. ~ -■ . ■ L 

- - _ — ; _ — o- . «. 

London Jockey Club. 
MILTON, "dm.. "June 30.— The 
law- firm of Bruce Brl< v «e-„ havo 
applied ^to- the Dominion- government 
for a charter for a new Jockey club to 
be known- as the. -London Jockey club. 

E ' _ . i ~Q — 

Prince of Wales Stakes. 

. M >< >.\. . June. io.—In .the . Prince 

of Wales atajtes rim^er. $pjjaa* Ulfl- 

t«r Kteg captured nrat- place, Moscaito 

raff second with Admiral Ha Wke third. 

, — -o— — — — — — 

«. ♦- *. -+ -^ -♦- V ♦"*•» ♦■ ♦ *e» 4? ♦ '♦ e * 



STUDENTS HOLD 




Handkerchief race, under eight— 
Captain. r.wennle Hewos. Charlie Era- 
ser, Douglas Muir, Katie Collinson. 
Beau Burdlck. -,!■.. 

■----Handkerchief race, $ to 12— Captain, 
Jack Meldran, Inez bcwthwalte. Gwen- 
dolyn Humphreys, Doris Macklin. 

Handkerchief race, over ft -Captain, 
Frances Cook, Virtue Errington. Beat- 
rice Cook, Alnrcc Grogan, Edith Rich- 

~ Back race. I». s s 1, I ;tiarlle Fraser; 
3 Jack Mflldrah; •''• Herntird Lees. 
"" Walking race, U .to 14—1. Violet 
l.oyit-hwaite;' 2, Virtue J&*tagT:on; .J. 
KSflhryri Bradshaw, 

walking raoe, over m— i, Ermlnle, 
ggag; 2, Aline,, Cmgu.n; 3. Florence 
Miinsie. 

Tiirce-leRKOd' r:\ei-, under eight— 1, 

Kathie Collinson and Nellie ltlttan- 

( oi,rl: -. Kathleen Kraser and Laura 

Macklin. •■ » ;•'* '£ , , 

Three-legged race, hoys— 1, Jack 
'Meldran and Bernard L^eetp; 2, Charlie 
Eraser and 3*rri lianhiiry. 

SFhree-legged race, 8 to 12—1, .Inez 
Lewthwfcftle and Gwendolyn Humph- 
reys; -. Winnie t/ea and'Heiene Simp- 
son, • ''*,,'"'' 

Three-Tegg'ed race, over 12~-1, Flpr- 
cnee MmiPie and Meatrix Lees; C, Virtue 
E3rringtoh and .Violet Lewthfta ite; 8, 
Prances Coofe and Dorothy HcQITllvray. 

Ti-aeliers - . w<-- '• - MlsK Penwlll; 2, 
Miss Gullund; 3, Mr*. Suttle. • 

In the total points, Master Jack Mel- 
dran leads with 12, and he wins a spee- 
la ] |-,rt-/.r. To Katie i •oillnson' is to be 
a,w.arderi tho H',v foi little girl3 and 

.Mm Hanmify among the Uttle boys. 

im-y. LewthwaWe Is yery highly c.ojh- 
snended Anion,- tin- o l der gWfl, "ff fr* 
,,,,, Rjrrlngton Is oredltea \vitii the 
highi st number of porfTts 

The following deserve favorable men- 

^tiou: A.! '"gan, Bt aui.\ I..-t-a. \'i-- 

:. , u- te and Kathryn Brad- 

- 

Altogether a most enjoyable after- 

speiit and^the committee In 

complimented by 

trrre — preselit, who remarked that the 

HportM sheTTTTa^usr'w1tJTPFKPT+ were- th<- 

best organized of any she Had eeejt: 




Hot Springs 
Jof Harrison 








fust Received, a jar^e shipment made of BEST "BEST 

IRON. Standard Sizes. 



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>rpe & Co., Ltd. 

Sole Agents 






E. G. PRIOR & CO. 

LIMITED LIABILITY. 

- *' Victoria' ; 



Yancouvet^ 



Ivijjvh loops 



- C. N. R.'end \ii Empioyeet 

OTTWA, June 30.4-The report of the 
board oi eoncillutleyli in tin- dispute 
between tlie Q. S./ll. and its carmen 

and strain fitters inas "been handed in 

t, th.- departint'iit/of labor. .The board 

recom'rfieadfi tij/ adoption of a wage 

scale and a /separate' schedule 

m fitters 

o 



Annual- Field Sports of Corrig 
and St, George Schools- 
Keen Competitions Entertain 
Large Crowds 



BASEBALL RESULTS 



»<•»•*% *♦♦♦... 



Spokane 
iiuuou^uTiVanTouver . . . 

.1 ports will arrive and be_m_o_or£jl Batteries: Bak 

■ venlng being marked by an lnfor- 1 



mal reception at the local club house 

Perhaps the event which is most In- 

■ sting Victorians at present Is the 

finish of the 230 mile- motor boat, race, 

vliii h takes place, here on'gftnda yhf- 

:,vii. . Kveryobe possessing "a i *gas"^ 

yacht, or any othe r form of 



Northwe»tern 






Lewis. 



R. fit. B 
6 13 
3.- 2 



diner ana 



1 

•..-• , 

sries: But It 



Tacottia 
Seattle 

Batte.. 
S ecirert ant ^Xuster. 

: — -"• Ooaat 



S 



....... •» . 6 '3 

.' .1 ? -3 

and Blakenshlp; 



The" annual fjeld sports of Corrlg 
College took place y esterday at'Bea- 
cpn Hill, under most favorable cir- 
cumstances. The weather was per- 
fect, and the lovely recreation grounds 
fronting the college, with their back- 
ground of golden gorse, has. seldom 
if ever .presented a more brilliant 
The entries were many, and 
y all the events were well con- 
tested. Among the seniors the most 
successful in the aggregate points 



I UP, IT' ^ '-'- 9 

by M : was ke. r ' 

id provided some excellent si 
gies,- resulting in a victory for Beat 
rice Cook, who won the final sxits from 
Marjr. I -. to ■(. Other 

.;■! ■ anies Hvere. tliose 

■ i aiklrcd McBachren and Br- 
fJladys Piercy and Mary 
"while, some of the ^est pl.-i.v 
1 ,-. it in i - i I ween " 

and Beatrice! Cbttk, trre.iinal.lst. 

FIVE IN ANNUAL 

: OCEAN_YACHT RACE 

V PEDRO, June 30.— The third 
biennial oia.ail yai-ht .race "from i . San 
Pedro to Honolulu' Is scheduled to start 
from the Southern Oa , llfornla port on 








Cameron's Closing Out Sale 
Boys' Goods 

BOYS' CATS, uerih 3^ aui!';or. for 20^; ' v' nnil..-.. 
IK )VS' STRAW HATS., worth .^c, 50c and 7.5c, for 15c, 

roc and ■'■ • -> • •-•■■•;■ ■ °v 

. BOYS' "BAT J 1 1 NT. SI " ITS. bargains at 50c. 35c and 25£ 

in A S' I VTllIWx TICI [TS t j>argains at 1.5c arid'. 10<* 

r\l)i ; .K\\iv\K-.in^t values on record at .—..•'••.• - 25 ^ 

lAiYS' STK( ).\'( i m >SE;regular_4irlG£V.P-e^-pair, 40c 50c^^ 
and 60c, for. • —5^ 



W. G. CAMERON 



The Cash Clothier 



581 Johnson St. 



tatHB d 



lasure craft" is planning Jo make a 

coming raci rft The scene presented 

the?.' sturdy and speedy motor 

PbatS coming "ui> tku, Straits on the 
* '.last few miles of thei.' trip from Ta- 
. ■ — < ; oma, via Vancouver, should "be one. of 
t week's most plcturesqye and thril- 
ling -'Incidents. This will be especially 
■ if there happens to bora close run 
for tin- line. .... 

! . Motor Boat' Entries _ •' 

In the ofilchii-iMm of entries just to 
hand" it. is shown that there will be si.x- 
leen or niore cohipetltore, twrrrirvv'hlch 
are from this city, vnamely, thu 3- 
. owivd l>v Messrs. Simpson, and G 

^ pnd . th P p^reh^owner. 'Mr. Burton. 

i otrt-rfre-POw;' ' I BSBWorthy, be- 

Ink eonipped ' with stea dy .reliable en- 
. * giries': th. ■•'■■ sKtryw makK* strong" bid 
*«* ■'T' i r^, !■ honor.. . 

^ _= 'JTn'TiioTS follow: ' -.. . •:;„■ 

Linn t. A. v\ . I/*--' Page: Aftoyal V; 



Portland . ... ....... 

Vernon . ..; .... .... 



Sacramento . ... 
Los Angeles ..-. 



Oakland • . .". .... ..**. . 

Sun I«'ranclsco ........ 

Nntiun.il 



■••« .... • 



rey; 3rd, W. Chureli. \Vhile those who 
led in the junior school werej_.:~hst; 
'•-.v ' nd. C. fhurch; 3rd, Y«o- 
mans. -Especially praiseworthy was 
the vaultlng' r of little Powell, who 
cleaned about double his owp height 
with . veiyprl-tty ac tion. ■ — . . . ; 

Th^'TCsutts-fotlow: ■ 

Throwing the cricket' ball— 1st. J. 
Fraserf 2nd, Aubrey; 3rd. Latimer, 
9ft l-S yarda 



July 9th, and the South Coast Yacht j w^m 

Club, wlileh wHl have irhnrge of this |„>th ready to. fight 

end of tli',' .race, has already r, 

four entries. " 

ti interest In tha_l0ng sail 
.stimulated lust week by the announce- 
ment, that the Millilou, th>' new yawl 
which Stone & Van Bergen are build- 
ing for 'Francis i;. Smith, will i"- a 
contestant. Th» yach t, will be sailed 



Joth Jeffries and Johnson 
Complete Their- Training- 
Managers: Will . Toss W\ 
. Corners on Sunday -~^'" 



:rA>eht ''Club.. X£a&a*s&t B&Ll 

Half .Moo,,. Knox . \VnIls...-i i ;-^..Ro i j-al -Chicago.. 



Pittsburg" . 
Cilncihnatl 

New. York .... .... ... 

Brooklyn .... ..... ....... 

St.- Louis » • • . ... fow*. • • '*h. • 

Chicago ... . ..... 

< rjrst -game) '.-,.'• « 

Philadelphia' ..♦.* ..... . — 

( 

aiei. jx- . 
tloston ..;.» j'A . ... . ,»>..rt 

pmiadelp'hla .... ... ....'. 

American 




itr*-Fraa«t; 2nd, Aub— ^by Louis T. Ward, •oinmodore" of the 

illan, Yaclil I'luh hi Alameda, and 

eew will be eompoged'of ,a nuinbei 

of that club "who have accepted Ward'* 

Invitation to ^accompany him on tbe 

,vt»yoge. • 

The. other yuchl* which vyJjJ_ait<Tt in 
the roe. are the Win i aul built 



Kl'.NO.'june 30.— James J. "JeffrleB 
.iiH^lohn Arthur Johnson tonight arej 

Each man ed'm- i 
i.hne.'l'iiis lone training 'today and .will 
merely -do light exercise through 
time days, that will elapse before the 
two men '.face each other In trie ^2-foot 
ring "to, fiKh't for ^e^hfeavyA^'i" 
ctewnplonship of th«' we>ld on July 4. 
As Johnson walked towards his dress- 
ing room today after boxing' several 
rounds, he was asked what he con- 
ted tomorrow? "I am through," 
he kald. "This closes my work."- • .« 

Jeffries had riiade a similar declara- 
tion a little earlier. He said: 

suing Is nnlsh-1-.With the 
exception of a sprint now &nd then to 



which has been showing . considerable 
speed in the • [d by th* clubs; of 

• ■ irt, a 



^T 2 * 1 ' V. V._..n.»k«», -^ J d the Hawaii, the n 

100 yards, o] t. Crutkshank, ^. utaU . ,. ; „ f the n ,, no iuhi yachts men, 

WWch is now on h,-r 'wtiv "from. .the 



1 1'nd, L\ Totty, old. liar. 



"Caught!" 

To catch tiah you want 
right kind'of "tackle— that-ls Col- 
_ lfster's ' Tackle. Everything 

needed here by the ardent I 
erman, and priced .right, .too. 



J.R.COLLISTER 

Ounsmidi |-.i. -r.-bi.hone 063 
Successor to J. Barnsley A Co 
13^1 Government Street. 



the race are the Winsome, a- yawl built , • ",t,-„„ ,_ ah .„. T will do more 
fcn South.-rn raliiornia -Htst jfanter,- >«•»[, J****** ln 8hape ' l ™ f? 

i»'Vil/*H Vina )\o<k»t B^t mif i n nr nnnoldar-i ).!,> " OjK^ ""* • _ _ 



Seattle' . Yacht 



Vain ■ , ub,»V.-uie.O!i\ 

PBtre'l. -Van Alyk and Cross; Everett 
Yacht Clute-, Everett. ■. 

miner, 'George Sumner; .-EVerett 
eht Club, tt. 

-■ Hills'on; 
-e. ; 

Wanderer. ■ Salisbury; South 

Coast STacht t'lub,. Mexico. 
j uthope; Nnrth Vancou- 

' ver niver. .'■=—:- 

\\; i: II. McLellanL- -Tacom'a 

JTa lit Club, ')";. 
Sfthnoncrc, , Bt; 



Detroit 



MXU> • • • _.• • * f- ♦» 



. eland- .. 

St. Louis ....' •• ••• 



ft II.. "k 

-ft- is-.„ #-i 

fl 
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12 
1 



Sa4«5 ^nL n LCL_AEfirl: 

^^r^ WVHW emr- J rTrrirrr-tTTK^ TowdSeria. 

,-nji., B. F.Jacobs; Tacoma Yacht 

una. 



^ , ;i -eor; VI- -torla ■ petition at the. D. R. a/ match 
| -, lM)l> j .known as the capital trophy. 



* Killed THersel.f-.and .Qhll.d 
NEW TORK, June 3.0.— Haunt, 
the terrible fear that she~;was-g»lng 
insane, Mrs. Jane Hodson -ga . 
Ide o durri to h'er two months' 

uighter today, arid swalio. 
% ;ht 'of the same poison- --herself •. 
Both lay dead . on the Saine bed when 
the, husband 'jcam e -home t onight. 

i iTTAW'A. June 30.— Ottawa has de- 
to put up a $700 cup for com- 



100 vards, under 14— 1st, Hausman; 
2nd. C. Totty; 3rd, W\ Church. ; 

7:, yards, under 12— 1st, Byrne; .2nd, 
r. Church; .3rd, yeoman* 

230 open— 1st, Crulkshank; 

gnd, Cectfr-STdVClever. -.'■, r^ 

yards, under 14-^-lSt, W. Church; 
2nd, Hausman; 3rd, Powell. 
, 150 yards, "under 12-* 3iff. f! »J2hnrch; 
ihd, Byrne; 3rd, Voiunans. 

Hal!, niile, open r-lst, Aubrey; 2nd, 
Uai'iisoii 1 , 3rd, J. .F-raser. ' ji * . _ ''. 
High jump, open- -Is't. J. Fraser; 
2nd, P. Kiasei;; 3rd, t 'lo-ver. 

"High, jump, under 14^1st, W. 
Church; 2nd, Powell;. 3rd. Ctinton, . 
. .Iligli j<unp,,,iHider-12 - 1st, Vournans; 
"2nd. C-r-Clmrc'h; 3rd,- McMillan. _— * 
..ulting— 1st, '.Powell; 2nd, J 
!rd, Sommer; 6 feet :» Inches 
J'unlp. senn'.rs-^ 1st', AiiTTrey; 2nd, J. 
r; 3rd, ' - \ ■ 

■ad jymp.- juniors— 1st, Dc Vere; 
Powell; 3r.d, Hausman. v 

Il«>p. S*BP. jump — 1st. Fraser; 2nd, 
•Powell; 3rd; .Smitli. 

Three-legged race —1st, Jackson and 
I'rasei'; Jnd..C. < luireh andJDe Vere; 
I 3rd, Powell and Ha 

Sack race— 1st, J . . " ; 2nd, P 
-er; 3^1, iJommer. '.. 

juniors--- 1st. Hausman j.^ 
2rd,: Voumans.. 



...... .. ... ...... .... .... V_5.J_J! 4-JuUiti__> I _l^ 

Islands to California Caprai:: • 
T. Wilder Is In command Of the Ha- 
waiinii yacht tend. she is expecter I 
rive at San Pi-flr . y ^low. 

The race Is held evi'iy t^'.iiTeai 
on both previoui occasions was won 
by tile BChOOTier bnrlina This year it 
is not expected that'the Lurlliie will be 
a starter. • 



1 




mU 



Fhe Month o' Roses 

\i.mtb & Suits at 




ondon House 



work. 

•It was. nearly fpur o"clock_.. before 
Johnson began, using the_medlclnc ball, 
pitching the hag and 'other exercises. 
in,- on." he called, -reaching for the 
boxllig glbve87~*-xr Kaufn londstl 

a&d tried nil his tricks for four rounds 
l,ut. it Is doubtful -whether he ! 
a Single blow, .lohnson's defence' seem- 
ed impregnablf. , '" 

When Kaufman retired Big 'Kid ' 
cotton plunged in and-' Jdhnson went 

1m v.illi SOme SIHkp and .more than 
*onec hurled Qotfon away from hiin as 
though he were a lightweight ■ In 

! round tho bb 
Cotton's lips from one of .lohnson's 
left Jabs* They went four rounds ' 
.lohnson signalled, the.-'i-ifwl "f the show. 

Qo%ernor Dlckerson again \ 

Johnson , amp lie seemed fast 
by the" ebvrrness of«t.h© Negro and lie 
:he<i- every move with admiration. 
Sun tomorrow win 

rang* With Tom Flanagan to toss 
,s on Sunday. . The choice Is 
most Important as ti ,f one of 

nghters win be si^^xe.n-'to, the 
glare or the nun' between rounds \ 
ttroug'b tlv fight Is j -days off 

. .enl betting is not brisk. 



e 

remain f ■'•' ffrl "' ! 

lengthened yeBterday. 

Held.YQslerday — Winner T ^ t iJ ;^£ of John9on monex 

Jl- ready to be placeo. 





DO YOU REQUIRE 

A Sea-Going Cruiser— Family Launch or Speed Boat— Row- 

Boar>or Canoe? 

TWO OR FOUR-CYCLE 

A Light Marine Engine— Medium-Duty Marine Engine^- 

Heavy-Duty Marine Engine? 

IS YOUR PROPELLER GIVING SATISFACTORY 

RESULTS? 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 
RACINE Boat and Engirie-.Co. . 
GRAY Marine &*&™ Qo, (3 lo , 

v 
"COWIE" ll.-avyTJiity Pistoh- 

valve Engines (24 to i.u h.p.). 
"YALE" Ilcavv-duty 
(20 and jb.^h.pO -. 



Phipps & 




MARINE' 

George Bulkeley, _ 
G.I.Mech.E. 
Manager 

M05*FoilSt- Phone 2058 



Yale Oarsmen Defeated in. 
nual Races .Which - Were" 



Make Ka&t Time 



•- A WOMAN TO B£ PRETTY. 



POTATOES! POTATOES! 

SYLVESTER FEED & SEED COMPANY 



Yates St., Tel. 113 



. Birds, 301 Loo Building, Vnn- 

S; C DrakT'' Hardware Store, Yates St.. 
Victoria. . .... nr 

Gltj iltn ' h- c - 



100 yards ftcnsplationi se ; nior»— lst.j . ■■ '.;'".■', lVr , (W ,- 
...-atriefc, ; h,i;.Tolir,s; 3rd l.atime.v . 'J«g J^SSSSi^ 
Td» -yardn coiia ulaUorO_junior8---lBt, 

» le M il I.mV; -'n«i, -C.. RyrneT ; ~ 

-.--- . - T* f 1 "" nnuai-rowlng regatta. 

atddeifor ot St;" school had a] pive lengths v^a^ irgln of 

..nt Htno ,,,u Wednesday afterJ .«« m the varsity eight-oiyed 

: ■ was a-length.y and varied elgh'. 'ir. lengths in_i Itc^HtrhtA- f *-™™' -de 

Srogramme and a large crowd turned the v.-u four- TheTtbe germ throws up In burrowing are j fft 

The 



onn.. .Iiinc 30. — 

• uiie stieti 11 in the Tha- 
mes rlVer tl this city • and 

rrry : HTirvnrd -mtfit 'Ynlf'-flrinT >■■ 

.,„..»,.,.„„.,^_ with 'scant hair. 



Must Have Luxuriant and Glossy 
Hair, No Matter What Color. 

Tbe till' 

, . 3m.tle.0f a female mouth. 

ig if the head by cro wned 

Hcaht, and fklllng" 



hair, it Is now km. wn ( la can 
uaraS'lle that burrows into the - ii- 
to thi '' the hair, where 1t 



IN 



THE SUPREME COUKT OF 
BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



he c?ompe tit ions. 

itfef eight 



Kin ;..t chili 

1. .inn Hanbriry;' 2, 
moxi 



"Pauline; 



.drop 
the ilnal ra I Cty tlnum- 



... ■■Til! • 
It has 



ST< »K E 



<-esk 






WHY ? 



' iai in.-', " * - * • - ■ . ■■ 

:>. fnew Lewthwaltei 3, Margaret Me 

vittie; y- ■ J '■ ■ 

. rare, 12 to i4— 1. K;ithryn 
slww; 2, Violet Lewthvvnite; 3, Heat- 
rix I. 1 

nat -rarp,over-14— 1. -France* foo-k; 
2. F.rnilnle- Basa; McQllll? 

Egg and .--|>o"n rltci . under eight— 
2, Laura Macklin; 3, 
Jim "tlnnbury , ' 

gg and spoon race, > 

' SBle i.'hetliitm; 3.. 

leen Mtrlr. 

; n ra <•'',- i i 1 1 — L; 

■ - , , .... 



rreshmenl m.bxM ■- indraft. *e >•' cure J****** 

,„, \\ is '• .neatly. ><> to stop railing 

hair that gertfl must be killed. New- 

terplcldi 
gull of tl jaboral 

BVroyg the dandrufl germ; and. of 

■ .. and 

. nta baldness. Bold by leading 

druggists, Send— t<>c in stamps for 

aample to Th( Hi e Co Deti 

dollar bottb s u- 
a Qo^-apeclJ 
9 government street. 1 



in the Hattei of Registered Plan No. 
the Bubdlvn 

* of LotM66^' 

'U C oTp57t--«>f J" 1 

Fpwi dte nf 3t< and In • 

J Mstti ■ ' • ! Reglstl 

E f fl herel I 1 ,,lftt b > P" 



Kia'' - ■-! rack Meldrarr;, ^nd 6f them : wen I town. 

.*.-./■ This niultltud,' tV/iw Hire ga t^:,, 

Ing is ever cut the water of the 

Is 'the time In each 



W ' • -it; Tour, Harvard, 
IZlOOi 1 8 : Fri ''man 

elghi I ':0'-'. 

irelty four and rfreshmen 
es were two miles 1 
and m. this morn 

Very* Fast Time 



, Th* Vavsity eight-.: th,eir fpt tr 

)).m., 
only behind 

;,. v 4or1 '■■>■■■ 

\ ' time in •> • ■ ■■' . 

! >l_OWK.. ■..••;• ... ........ 1.. 






ice _ 

ii rider eight— 1, Jim 

len Fraaer.r>'8, K 






arc 



►14 till W ' l " '• ' .. 

vti h < Mil- Wind a 



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ALBERT CHATTON 



v'l.... b arrd I- n i 



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6 



fohtTSoin St red 



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NOTICE 






Beatrlci ■ ] : 3. 

by the 

iff 
1 
Pauline, Ah 

to BJ3tl \t\i 

i Ledscthw aite, 6)t 

Do 

. - - ■ : ■ forra vu 

D CI ■ 41rm 

m. Ru :••-. Rud( If, Si Uinle Hass. 



id the ! 1 

was'tho fasl ■ lOWn stream- 

on tlir Thames since IS 
a- vlct rale ere" " ' the 

Ti.. crimson In, the big 

■not in d, a.l- 

rH Yale fo ten'..' a" 

. ,, ingerou* 

■ ■ ■ 
nd th -■ Wirslty 






. ,,.*.-,. , . UP- 8 

: 

In ■ '■ . ■ 

, , . 1 1 ; . finish tii 

■ , ,, .'.>!■ fchel 

■ tla ', /. 
I,, 1 dty four-oared race, ^ r - 

. .,,,, ,\ of .""v .-''al/jmtit 

l«nrgths Bo greal was tin- gghl th -*■ 

the "l Ble men put up that Thome, at 



AppUcatlona are invited .Jiy the 

I • -, 1 1 l 1 B ■ 

' I ''■'•r "i ' the I 'om 

,i coui High B« 

Initial 1 ' ! '" Per month. i 

pilcationj rei 1 
dc. 

iHAin;i,i,i: MOOR] 

1 [a s. hool Boai d 

NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS 

Te, 'ill be recet! 

undersigned, up to .Inly «U», 1910, 

ttpa- 

1 lance ~w Ith plan; 5 ••' I 

. S F. Rirds, 

''' ' ' ■ j( , , ' e 

t, nd 1st be accompanied by an 

treasurer 

Mi l 1. M. DeOeJi Of ten 

,.. filmate, !•• '•• held as 

-.1 tor tu« perform • 51 tin- 

■ ,. ■■ 1", 1 imed 

■ ;,i 1 aef rs.' 
•;-;,, •■,,.'. tsfi . .ad neces- 

... epted 1 

i ins RObertspffi A R \d ' •■ 
c •hainnan II ispital MulldlnR 
Commli: 

[.adysmlth, C 



i»iexeJnenthe?»thJune 

. the Chief Justice. 

l«, !,. W, 

,,,,1 -. loreon ,«hall be numbered 1 to 

' 'il";r» 

ou the Northern 

Bl ejr unless cause ..-be 
anown n n within ten^ejje 

tlon., Of not 

nee Rtrpi 

K*acl' • ' "' 8 5 r\: a pi 

Dated this U th ' - 1 '-'.•■ 

I ,'ki- v->i: .» ■ 1:1: s 

,: v., 

Soll«itnrs I ■■ 1 A»#»atrlS. I he 

'Stew il I. '■' ll - - ■■ ' • . 



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AUCTIONEERS 



[nsti ; '" 

acll at her resldcn< 



7JJA- FBiljtfCESB AVENUE 

, , v 

Tuesday, July 5th 

a p. m. 

A ' U j,. i and well kepi 

FURNITURE AND 
EFFECTS 




#r:-|r -mm 



iOWOarlthl 8 raft, collapsed. 'Thtxis may he B6efl at- 



Particulars In'c r 



MAYNARD A- 80 N 



Auctioneer* 






Campers ami I'iGnker&ace ^ 
not permitted to |artd...on..- 
Section 96, Esqu i m pit - Di's- 
triit, otherwise krrcrwft as 
"Ros.ebank. 

June 13th, !9fO. 



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10 



VICTORIA DAILY 



COLpNIST 






Friday, July ,1, 1910. 



% 



t 



Si 



TENNIS 



LACROSSE 




YACHTING 



BASEBALL 



i. 



LLP, , 



ATHLETICS 



RIVAL 
MEET 




TO 




II- 



Offfcia! List, of Entries' Fo 

. ;(':i!,itii)M,ii.Boa.t Races . at 

Vancouver Is Published - :: 

■ Oarsmen Opposed J,B, S! a 



• 



V. 

r. 



Intermediate Singles. 

c. ii. Sinclair 

t\ Arthur A. Allen. „ 
Junior Fours. 

Wright, strok? 



Call Me Safe or I'll Bat Yen One 



V. K. Q.t- Gv 

Black, No; S; H. 
Simpson, bow. 

. j: b. a. a. \v 

So miners, N'o. S 

No. ■!;■ II. Kiin , 

V. R. I '. Kfo 



« • ♦•♦ * > ♦ ♦ ♦ » > ■ ♦ MM ♦-»■ ♦ *-*- ♦■ ♦- » 



Bennett, 

• larrAe, 
G. C. 

how. 



stroke. ( I K 

( 'll M 1 IX 1 '■ ! H'H 



M U'i lac hen, 
l . , Konip. N'o. :i ; Ft, Markham, 
No. 2 . E Tom nlaj , bow 
i- k G, i -J Walte, atirofce; W. D 

i • ! i > 1 1 pari \'o •"; -.' tfelfo lis, K< 
i'i. i ender, bow. 

Senior" S,ingle,;s 
• ■ i; i • II m-.iM $in< 1'iliV 
.1 B \ a W li. Kerii d . . 
i>. R. I ',. K. ( ). < flosa.j •* 

Senior Doubles. 
V fe* £>-.A.!33 ; To, W7i I ...r- 



, 



\-.\.v.'< >ryi-:ii. June SO Dp tli« 
plai d atatera of the North Ann of the 

] ,,!,.!. . l..>. to thfl Indian run .1 imI 

the .oMitoris of the W=HrWJSwfl tnn, 
picked oarsmen of the Vancouver; Vie~. 

toria and Portland' rowing clubs' will 

BtEUffffie tor Bpeed supremacy bo Wtl* 
day .ii-t Saturda ■ . .iui\ S and B 

This ninel tnriual fSgatl i ojt 

the North I'.o !!.•. Associat ioxL_ oJ . 

tetir Oarsmen promise to be; '.prodjnc- 

1 ye of some very classy rowing. — Qh_. 

this 11. w course, '"■■ from "the- dang - 

prj :•>■;■ iod and sun "t being 

ith enough , no matter how stormy 

t In- -... ■ ' mow u ua^iirwl The 

entries closed test weeh ami the clubs 

mentioned will be. -feprwented in nil 

events; ' Vancou ve r leading "with, two 

entries In offi Dt 

• events. 

That "ke en comp etition will be, the 
order when the premier oarsmen of 
the northwest come together is evi- 
dent from the- number met) 
Who will, represent the different elubs. 

cncOuver will again be represented 

bv the chainplon senior tour, 10. i >. 

Qlosfl will put] for Portla ffl d tn (ho 

bf singles event,- while Harold 

SI no lair W i rl^^"Trtre~aana=4iUai Hlll&'lU 



a. .a \ Moore, k 

; 



l/y, 

' P K. 

GlOBS.- 

Senior Fours. 

\. i{. «-. s >'. sw.'onv; -KtroUe: 
i;. i (sib v, •; H. St.e ej . No. 

IL r.'Smvo ... 

J. K. A. A. T -J. V. .Moi'iiiter. stroke; 
T. A. Davidson, No. ::; c. s. pnlalson, 
W. H. Jesse, bbw, 




NE TENNIS 
PLAYERS MECCA 



Dxpe [SB -NoTtlTwest- Prepar- 
ing to Attend International 
. Wext— W:eek— Mis.s Hotcli- 



so ii 1 1 i nsF-~eu.en.ts..-^... 

Keen Contest In Singles. 

One of the 
Cdly !"• the senior singles which— will 
brine: together Sinclair of Vancouver, 
Kennedy of Victoria, and Gloss- of 
Portland. .This event promises to be 
ly contested and' at present none 
of the cUrbs is making an>- wild pre- 
dictions.. 

The official list of entries, as com- 
piled by Mr. Kent, follows; 

Colors. 
\"ancouver Rowing club—Scarlet 
and white. . + ... 

.1. H. A. A,, Victoria— Navy blue 
and White, ' -, 

Portland Rowing club— -Dark blue, 
light blue, and white. . 
--— Junior Singles. 

V. R. ■<*.— .1 il ';od4'rey. " 
.3. B. A. A.-AV. 11. Kennedy. 
P. R. C. — J. Gloss. 

Junior Doubles. • • 



kiss Can't ATtend--- 




«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦• 

' TODAY'S FIXTURES : 

— ♦ 

*■ 

Baseball Victoria \ a, R( ntop ♦ 
be si ball ■ teams bS 8, b'i Icm ' a ; * 

tllr Ito' ill A t 111' tJC ?M iiuu.l^. ♦ 

t, mo B : i tnitl Qpeiifng . of *■ 
\'l' t . ir i. . i 'I iii. a pew ' i - o * r 1 1 rs, ' ♦ 

opposite Jublle* lip iita |alc^ * 

" i hi I -I hi ol a gatden pan '' .' * 

, c "f>... Cirial public appeal inc< bl ♦ 

. i , . i • eh i , i : « ; 1 i * 

>,.' : i . . fea i ,. !■' ; i ' ♦ 

tioroiil tou " hi ;-;|iol,.iTo'. * 

Cri'cl , ;: u '"A" vs. i oir- ♦ 

tison, i -oipto -it I" 80 ■ ,♦ 

Bi i flill. Albion ' ♦ 

■;ll" \ . al ♦ 

■••♦- 

;.,,,■, I • a * 

■■., Bay, to i iiicl lops , ♦ 

will h $. 

inil X. & 




I \ - n i nnrm 

,11 day at t In- I'oiVmii «- 
Hill club's greens. * 



propose win; 



Imson Explains Hovy He ~Ex- 

l>eC ! ■ -:■■ ;.;'-!! -'i 1 IK'S .. aiitl 

"BIa ..Follow't; Is' AHur truly 

-Knockout • . 



»♦♦»♦»♦♦ 



* « » « ♦ ♦ ♦ + 



OLD-TIME RIVALS 



r.' IR \.\i;i'.I.KH. ityo 
Hlld 1-1, 1 / ^ 1 U"4^Wt 



\NK. June i 2v».--Th.- tirst d,-le- . . „„„,.,,,. ■ SI „.,. t; , l ,„. s> w h„ ar ' welcoi ch, Cal. making it impossible ^. r 

gaUon-ot piayors i,, r the nitornationaii , n ^ ,„ th< . ,,,,,,,. h ,.. s , :1 . u) ,;,,„, wttl he her hVSpokahe before Job. 7. 

and Inland Empire u-nius touru.i- 1 . )rni11t .,, ll ar ., un ,i U n ot the co urts. Bg-r the final daj oi the tournament. 

inoiiis on the lamntry t luii couri ., .^,, ,,,,, .,.,,,, ,„ 

afternoon.. "• ■' the expel tt6n:andTa 

spok.iii. 'Jxs__iU'jV loolving Bttltahte partner, as (here are m 

forxvard u? aorne excellent' mates «ah tennii p m " this, countr) 

fh- ot.rua,tiona! that 'would b.-.n>i\ niatrh for the 

geysjind Capable, also w rtll a rrive sat-4^, , .„„•,.- „-,.,,, iIas b«?tt{ aaagplon. gfie may", brjng P«r <i»*er 

oiday in time "" »r"»^»- ^iinda.\. before and nil of th«: players n* son,,. ,.,f th,- ,,ther star women tan- 

The clubctHirt^w.ll^^resein a busy, (l „ lllnf . . in . ;lll „ )IHV ,, ,. l>( , rs ,. 



week will arrive Saturday Irmii Port- 
land, win , irtoria and Bhrerett 
players will arrive Sunday morning. 
The Vancouver island men; Bchwen* 



api- .sundav. It Waa-deflnTtely decided 

pla-y-w*. will . b.- practicing, p well; as a s . ltl , t . (iay ' 
number of the tourney' entries, a 

number of the Inland Kmojn' pUivers ; wo ^ f„. ir< . (1 ,,,,,, , 
also "Will l>e on hand a day or so ahead !*- 



Chib 



short tournei) .'t tho 
that .■ Seth 



era 



don 

1.1 time: Secretary B. Cave-Brown- . ._. 

Cave will probably arrive Saturdas 11. Champ.on D.sappo.nts 

for the drawing Saturday -night, i After guan 

The tournev 'Will last • until Thurs-. bj n<-d l»y. tho spoils ■>■< Hiimitte,- 

.day," finals being played AVe.ln. ,ntry flub that M. 

\ . 1^. C.--P. Hell IrMng. • '^T^^ihd Thursday . and tho' ii'ri/.es will b t Ibd.hl.is aT woman's tennis 

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J..B. A. A.— H. 'C Hopwood, Theo: 
Nbmk. « -'■» "— 

P. R. C— J. Gloss, W. Hall. 

w , - 



^awarded Thursday afternoon, 

Special, arrangements are '. being 

made, at the Country Club to aceom- 



ihainpion, is scheduled to pi ay »in the 



Schwengers, ol \'h toria, WlokershsOBr 

Portland, DbrriU of Seattle and 
■ ■/.,■ of 1 , v. ill 'bo in Spojpn 

•Jn|v 8; Salurd. 
be hoi,! Sat onlay night. Tl 
wjll t tio-ii . cfepha 

at the drawing. K. Cave^Brown-CflJive, 

Oi the internafioniCi UMirna- 
m,'Spok.i!ie fur the draw- 
ing and tournament. "••••■• 
.TlH r "l'oi.'r men, with a number of the 
local mey and poaslblV a feu Of the 



which • at'IiOng -other early arrlwsd* for" |he Inland 



plre tourney, -will be on t he) Countr y 
Club as well as 

the pr. \ i.'oe r practice.' 

N AN A I MO MEETS 

LADYSMITH TODAY 

_N AN AIM". ( .-J.iiii- Vruriiino 

-. in a g., 
• iter city on Dominion 
Hay. me Is for ■< set "f 

1 
Hntleii, I Nanaiino. has plekj 

,"fid the bl 
of, returning wltlr'tbe silv 'T10, 

op wt1! o'efiVrt Polh - 
M; ppint.. W • 

eever potnj 

Horn' ■ •■ pe. A.- Alth rd di 

.K. ilr.i ■ ., I '. ■ Suthei- 

R. Wa 

inside home, .1 m< n 
en, .1. Smith ii'ii'i ■ !l 



the fratic battle that 
has! tin- : iM.'rtiii^ \, ,,ri,i I . the 1 ars, 
whi"li i. . -. ,i 1,, o, , , greatesi 
man toman struggle' Of" modern tm,. 

'lich, it is. hinted, •,. hi be the 
lasts d ■ i by .historians. 

The iaii . , u . 1 j i 

and a liwle more voluble in the- ex - 
i"n ol ,; opinions Hi. 11: 

I iiy-f.Hir hours ago. .-Never lias the 
Intel n so keen, and it is prob- 

able, ii-. atioria, thai thi 

Coh i illetlns will be followed by 
TO PLAY AGAIN >.! ;i "" 1,:il ' Cll - s ,,ilh the Cloaest attention oh 

lit "f the transfei' of' the ■ 
uciaculto Reno, 'I 1 
iJlohard is not'lo"kiiig TW as bi r 
•crowd as was originally estimated,. 
TPbuld watch ihc encounter, if Gpv- 

'ernoi' Gltlet liaiii ; 't Stepped In and 

.0 California 

it \ '-■ opinion ((thai there would 
liav- over J (10,(11111 on" the_ac( 1 

^ Kicked. As It. 

aiiou ri 






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agaln.m an exhibition ma 
28rd annual 

siat.- i.r«\.ii TenrtlB ion st 1. 

o .1 uly * 4 A 1 presant" M 
is >a ii.i • 1 ' i 1 i i adeipbl ■ 

- 

- 
: nyn'to ti t. i Uele . y t l ils -je pek 

■ louiit 
Washington her ad ire eonftfl eai 

J . wiiv^frem— ihe 

girl, but t he^auppo Rortbem 



is, according to information recei 
Croor the Southern Paoii'io headquart- 
ers, mSCsXttscted? that it.ihio will . 
th, fight — not as large a crowd" as 
Eoregathera to witness the bigs©' 



Fighters Talk 



player ia> 1 COtl iM, 1 

it4*a now ii;,i>. Mis^, M;,y'.i matches of Great Britain. 
'ore Mel.ouglitith — "^Q. biis lool 

lo do wife at ..of 

Hotchklss.' u.-oii' than 

nal si,' 
reads- IhP.i-Miil of.. .\l N« SuTtOTTf 

V — — -B — r— -- : — 

SUSaex Win* • 

IX)N? 'i »n. '-i<ei mat 

. :___ - 

. Fenrith Castle Coming, 
Guthrie ,v 1 ■".. have s 

r ■ • Penrith 
Middlaliuui Castle'; TK^- and stro ng, but I thlak. youfll find thki 

will have Ant wprp j he-will not be able' to stand the st: ',, 
about. August 15 for -San IVdro,/;S.-ti> ,,,,,1 will not show the 'old speed. ' 

■' "I intend 'to let-him do all- the fighi 



At: 4, t it is. interesting to hear 

w hat the twa fighter. . , , have 

■ ia;Jack JohnsotCa fort 

' - ... " ; , 

- "1 expect to be able to go .a long 

distance, to w, ,,r .buries down wi'tli.eu 

■ 
then to gQyfh and win. I am not foolish 

in think- that .' : I -^ will -lie 

as Burns' or Ketchel, for I 

k.iiow he will prove much harder to 

> at. J. He 1 oe back looking m 



Arrives for Mul 
The , .••'Wutemata 

arrived .u San night 

■ ma. Sp<' has o n board's 
lurp- .01 itiiiiiici' aiui. u.Ul 1 

i.-toii mules^for thp ftji sugar plant 
aC the isharas. The loadln 

. ''is in, cbarg,- . of- 1 '■ 

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,n h If him harder than , l-'ilzslm- 
nsons did, and go 

down." 

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AT THE 



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There s a PjoliJ Satistaction in 

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fast 






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Evory garment is- personally . 
pected «tnd approved —and 
>re the t$0i Mark an<3 
price label is put, on the Suit, , 

nr'( )vrr--..a' tiinv ,]| 

the virt.uf.r of hii'h -class tailor- 

in & ' • :' 



These four es><-nn'aL virtues; 
Stylo and Fit ----- -~ 



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PANAMA HATS. ■ \<> ............ • • ..;....... .....^15. 00 

S TRAW HAT S.. 50c to . . . '.-. .- . . . ■ r . ' . -^-^^_^,. ^|:W.^^.. :/.&*;: .-*\.C; .S |-QQ 

'•^EfNNIS HATS,. 50c toj ...... ■■.<_... ......... ... > '•• ...$2.00 

-AUTO AND DRIVING DUSTERS, S 150 ^« »,..::. ....... $5.00 

SHOWER-PROOF DUST COATS v S7o' • • • • •;•»; — • • ^ -^$10.00 

r -FANCy»TIOSIERY\ W4SJH TIES AND .STOCKS, BATHING " SUITS, 
:: , OUTING SHIRTSr NEGLIGEE SlilK T-S, HAT BAlsjDS; etc. 

'feALBRIGGAN, GELLULAR. GAUZE, MERINO,. SILK, AND LISLE , 

1 UNDERWEAR. frSrn 56c per gasmen* to •••'•• •■ • • ' , ••$'»- 00 

"FLANNEL OUTING SUITS, $8.50^0.'. . . . : • ■ .- • • • -' SI 5.0^ 

BUSINESS SUITS, $1,5.06 in '. . .\. ■.'. . . . .. S.'J.YOO 

FLANNEL AND DRILL BOATING AND TENNIS TROUSERS, Si 25.- 

.,.. .,., : . .....,.-. ...,;,/..,.. ,, ■-• $6.00 

GENU IN!'. HARRIS TWEED SUITS ' t'fi?f$\ - ■ ■•■ $liS.OO. 

SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY 



Our f iu rpose is to appeaL to \ 
rrten of cult u rjed taste \\ Ko 
;i |i ji r'ec iat.e I hw tvhieh is- 
re*fined and cori eel - ' ,l : - 



Not expensive eiSher for from |J3 to |25 and 
between there is riot a Suit, in nlm-h we d§ „not 
'Xakr, a proud Msfft i ion. 

Dotiblr-bri»a- pd , --, Sfrpfr«;, Cheriott 

and. -Tweed*, at S15, $18 and $20 and highs*,' 













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Clothiers and 'Hatters 
Exclusive Agents for Semi-F<eady Tailoring 

614 Yates Street, - Victoria, B.C. 



Quince, sin, m lightweight worsteds are shown in our 
v. .ieilrqbes— . '"' I 

I. rystiithayinfT.hecn teucefajlj fie tei fot our trade, and 
rt\i fabria imported ajjedalTy foi -us hy the Semi-ready 

' -,nv. t 

■^tt^tm^/_ it $20 havo nl' "tho' dfstihctidn a'rtfl" 

'- appeaJ to the most critical men, while at 
9 "''" ■ an Uu' i Kitln^'t'.iilored as.no one else can. 
As hi[rh as you wain in q- -aloy, as low as is safe in.prica. 



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irng.jit.the start, for 1 want to si/a- him 
/i|, fov- v j-ou nds. 1 want to '" BU 

/it hnr-real condition before l 'take 
>a chance. If I find I can outbox him 

an\l call 1 lto ■ per open i up I think ' 






VICTOR! A r DAILY COLONIST 




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EDVTpW [ 

flLUM^mOW.nmt 

MMTCfe eWWMW MINING 

IHSTITUTf GfiEtNV/UX 

-JLD MEDALIST NOBfTHo'I*- 

LAND INST\TUTr»»MlNIH&- 




The Colliery Relief Societies 
JKbe Nova So.iia government has, 
[ual enai ESa a « ot'kjn.eu'H Compensa- 
tion Ax t. but tb< J h ' ivr excepte?! «pns 
Its pxp ■.-/■-. i - those coal companies at 
„ i„,,„- aortas n tlei societies are aBtab- 
I ,,, .."[ ,,,, Di" undei itandlng that the 

.„ ■ .; Bfuln'l »S Of II" Be 9$l H't-'M 

' ali : to |„, . I- 'Hi" l'l".Hl<l"Ilt Of 

th.i i ibminloti | o&l ' 'fflPWy. £*?geth r 

' ,, K i, 'm,, . • nil i il manager, lately km t 

a dooutdtion repr'i svfftawa oi all the 

pel'i, oietles a1 the mines of the 

Coal Company . anfl expleiped 

f< I l!'" '.impany to 

gjye , .,-], i ■, ii, tKB v"is- tidiest manner 

to >-\ irldent wish oi I he i*Btea»«* 

nin: idequate provialoij .-d/fli pe made 

■ the victims ii Industry throughput 

tho province, i hi President expressed 

a to see a sche me of b'em BtS 

"ii,i Be second to 

none Id Canada,, tfhd announced uaj 

the e< would dontr'ifaptfl equally 

with ,lts workmen tfo the cost' 01 

. . . h should cided upon 

definite plan was presented^ 
[hi meeting f a .purely 

i.inary character, advantage 

.; Mr. l'lumiii.i'.s presence in 
: uui_nr-rli , ;iM,f hTm fTT'fnn't for 



mojre dangerous *p life and health 

than that of a miner. The miner in 
his individual Capacity cannot insure 
against accident and sickness, except 
through SOipe form of mutual friendly 
society, and. the- ■ Compensation Act 
,io»-s not adequately meet his needs 
ah Tie. This fact is thoroughly appre- 
ciated by the ■ miner. The relief socie- 
ties have in the past been the miners' 
sheet anchor, and their- future useful- 
ness bids fair to increase as the years 
go on. The interests of the employer 
and the workmen are identical in these 
societies, malingering is cheeked, pro- 
vision Is made' tor sickness and ac- 
cident also, the extent of the relief dis- 
bursed increases automatically with 
tbc extent, of the family that ,1s *da- 
pe'ruleTit, the '4ess iineneis demands "' 
the single man help out the heeds of 
the married man. the provision- ' for 
wtdPW and children ,'ls disbursed In 
small sums, which Is bftejt a prevcii- 
nrH*c of misuse and wast,. Those, who 

are advocating fcjje enlargement and 

consolidation: of the relief societies i.t 
the colii.rles have a more intimate 
knowledge of the needs ol' the miner 
than either the legislature or the p'.-ss 
and .are bui-'ding wisely and well, 
Pittsburgh Supremacy in Iron and 
Steel 
It is only, amoi i g " ' thoa e who are i 



A few reasons why you should use 



You Can Save 50 cents to $2 on Every Pair of Shoes for Cash 



$30,000. w..rth of .Boots and Shoes unmercifully slaughtered. 

\ll Qtff goods are- marled in plain figures. W r e simply kncJck.off 50c to 
,,„,.,-,. i,-. Wc don't have reducgd sales very often, but when we 

I ■'.mtw-ear moves. 



"^e BVgr-yh'.dy --and get 3 Har^ain 
K.nifinber all goods sold at these prices are strictly for, cash; 




the lirst time a eommiUc- Ol tie- work 
men oi the mines. Air. l'iumim r and 
Mr. Butler both.,emphaaized the n • - - 
unmencing properly and with 
oi contributions. .'It. 



accustomed to "think in quantities that 
the notion hae— been 'entertained .that 
I .. , . an , n aterial part or 
an iiun and stw4-pro- 



hei" prestige as ... 
during centre, bj thi ' ' ' 

st. • I plant at Gary. The Gary plant 
.exemp'i;" s an Inip orlaui 

i,,],. l.ut by BO means a new "to;. 




U • .4' 



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th BPlfi de- Neai ty years com 



Whi 



and 



ing 




pany in ad 

-Ing an •' ■<• ot tliu rcliei 

• escape the cost 
which, a Workmen's I ation 

2 bring upon them, and one 
newspaper irresponsibly stated 

tost, to the i a Coal Com- 

auy alone under such • i il be 

I'JOO.OOU 

absolutely no grounds for such a 
.-! a- io.ent. The yearly cost for 
is, under the scale pro 

. would not ex 



me -sova bi»ii;i j\ci, wouui noi ex- iuu uwi uuti**i*_^^«- — -7 

oeed.jL'o.inHJ to .$311,000 at the highest; lafcer site for more than 

,.,.,,w.,,t-.r i.m "I'tila nrniiM 1cq»-,» cou"" «lnCR it-\vns not Until JUly 



mon talk I mstry that 

cation on the Great L -■ - I an ad- 
vantage over the remanfler of the 
West; because it was better 

J 0r lh , : , I lite ore than the 

ore to the fuel, but Ins tead c* a gen- 

eral exodus only a few stragglers 

',.,.!, ,| t;,. i- W aj to a laki 

:„, n iv,ni;.itny moved from 

Johns ""■ nulk ,; 

lug its ilrst steel at the new site \|" '11 
1, 1895, but owing to financial stress 
did not obtain the real" benefit s4 t»« 

four years, 



omputation. "This would leave. 

non- fatal ••Re- 
is. The avei v:imtim of tho 
company's employees is about 7,500 
The Act provides for v 



inents as- 

rF»?Trfrmitfr"To 



"THs the highest grade flour on the market at any price 
It costs. you rio more than Otto HotiES of inferior 

quality. 
1 1 is absolutely guaraniecl by the manufacturers. 
Tt Is a home industrv and should receive your support. 
— Each month you have a" cliance -of. winning a hand- 
sumc- Dinner Set. , _ 

The following are the' winning numbers for June 



54,121 
75,926 



91,319 
87,436 

78,623 



77,796 
94,638 
86,437 



91,398 
98,632 



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f*. O. *m «T» 
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since it-wns not until July 5. 1899. that 

the? com puny '"••''' Pl« lron "' ! 
A few,' years later the. Eh 
-Won • Company packed up Its 

•esa-y g.rods at Rcranton, Pa and moved to 
: to n f or lnjuryrftrnffalo. The Gary, plant, at the south 



for the Holidays 

- ' * *" o :' " *• — ""~ ' --■■'%■* t _ 



JAMES MAYNARD 



k Phone 1232 



1313 DOUGLAS STREET 



Odd Fellows' Block 



about 'half ut the 
. 1. h would be earned' at work. 
A- little calculatiorL-Will show that -to- 
order tor incur such an enormous bill 
for compensation would mean that 
every- employee of the company would 
lose one-month out of every year by 

■t of disability to work 1 -taut-" 

tftjn rir: Tba rta is surely no 'reason to 

.point out tlie "absurdity , of such an 

assumption. As,a matter of fact, if tho 

tentative prppOMtia now before the 

societies are put lp to eftact. it 

utjtful , whether there will bp 
much to choose oil the score pi 
betw.,n the, company's share of the ex-. 
oetiditure; of" the ieties, or 

the" amount it would *have "to diisburse 
feir injuries. andeT a Compensation 
.\T-t. But any I'eraon who has had any 
. - .- slertcal work 

which Is "ft d v\ - lth fffS" actual 

'" Ac , t ', tne . 
atisfaction it-oc the irttga- ,„ tlon of -def<Sctiv< 

and biekerlnga between employ-er* 

l - employees, between doctors and 

insufficiency of 

1 ^t law to relreve many of the 

:ng cases of heed: will ' 
date " the desire ,of "any.' corporation 
be relieved of it's' 'operation, even 
it involved a greater expenditure 
t air ty the peculi 

. - hold 
■ the, dangers of., a miner's life, 
. . •. this trade are urijusfc- 

• ■ of Insln • 

many ftf them, if , thrr 
ice companies only knew it, far 



1 of Lake Michigan, is, of course. 
, nt, in that it does not in any 
sense represent a removal, for the 
United States St'eel Corporation has 
y had ho intention of moving any 
equipment or transferring, any trade. 
The Gary plant is built from the 
ground up with fresh capital. andMts 



URANO 
PAINTS » HO 
«OOF 
COMPOSITION 



NEWTON & GREER CO., LIMITED 

"3P. 'PAINT MANUFACTURERS 



-w«A»r. rocn- or kjmnsOn it. 



of net wxiaDCotxxx- 1326 lharf St 



object is to takT"care of the increas- 
ed requirements of the Western mar- 
ket. 

The Effect of tha Eight Hours Act 
In English Mines /•' ■ 
In view of the*Tren3 oT" "e'i'drtts In 
British 'Coiumhla, and the "att- 
which the subject; of an "Bight hours- 
day" has received,-, legislatively and 
otherwise, it may be Interesting to 
ill of experience at home, 
which cannot fail to ' b«' inatwetiver 
r as the Eight Hours Act' has 
reconsideration- of. e>' 

* ■ tan a reforma- 

e methods which may 

isd blekeringa between empl oy e rs 1 jL -y^:,'^me jrt'ereotype'd through me 

employees, between doctors' and f0rG6 » - Q { custom and habit Whfch are 

strong, amongst coalm i i 



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had a good effect. According to hear 
sav constderahle economies. have been 
effected at some collieries Jn this way. 
And poSBibly the. hours worked in 
some districts were too .long to -give 
the beat results. As bearing on this 
point the following figures given by 
Mr Hugh Bra m well to the Depart- 

ittee on the Eight -Hours 
Bill of result obtained ut a steam 

m s ..nth -Wales are in- 
structive. On the collieries 
worked shorter hours than on other 
"days.'.. 5. '.'X '<m -Saturdays, as Compai 
"wTtli 8.43 on the pt e\ lous-days.-- The 
average rate -of production per hour 
over the whole fortnight was 331 tons, 
but on Saturdays only- it was 371 tons. 
1 showing an increased rate of.producr- 

Ltion oi rer : 

tain length ol hours which is most 
conducive to a"Tffi.:', efllclehcy. I 
., -,.- IP rl in rrt the d 

-'■••" i ' 

quite able to take care or thelit- 
is radically wrong, and experience is 
7rtTOW l iv g ; _4h©.4asti, the objections 

made to it from the- first by hose 
best fitted to' judge. ^ 

Some of the Results of the Act 
Its effects^ have so far b«Ba cumu- 
lative in) ' * ■ 

1. fteduclng the output. .... 

2. Increasing the wage of . all-day 
men 



"fCt—im, 3o. €■ — — _*^«™V^.-- — . 

. • ; . . . ' ' . . ' , . - : - I 

To the B Colonist ? ' 4 ' . ' . . '^- ' ' 

' • Plea3e publish the' following. WAP3113G 

It having come to our ..knowledge., that some persons have been 
solicit-ing orders .and taking contracts for roof painting. falsely 
representing that the material they apply is "TWO SLAT1TO " Fireproof 
Roof Composition, manufactured by us in Victoria. 

Ko hereby warn the public against any" V-ch persons, who, while- 
agreeing to use this, naterial, substitute a cheap and inflarmable 
- .-ceBCcctioB;delrTmental-'instead T>f beneficial to roofs. This can be - 
; guarded against only by those interested- seeing that e-»ery package 
supposed to contain " TTAC - Composition/ bears our trade mark. "BAG" 
and the full name , Hewton * Greer Co. Ltd. 

' He also notify the public that all our representatives, who 
solicit orders, are furnished- with written authority from us, to 
. enable them to book contracts in our name, to be done by our nen,in 
whddh.case it is guaranteed' that nonebut the genuine material will 
bemused and the same properly applied-^in order to-fr event roof 
fires, s,top leaks, e.tc.,etc. 

: lot ores tod parties ean ohtain further particulars on application. 

flewton Greer Co .Ltd. 

■X- — ,.'■•.' ' • 

- -' ' . ,..- Manager. 

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apparent also In the falling off of the 

the tirsi quaxti r 
bf this year there- has been a railing 
off of nearly 600.000 tons a» com bared 
with last yeac fchd this too when 
returns generally fife very satis- 
factory, and also in the face bf the 
fact that the export of coal has been 
Increasing during a long- period of 
y.ears."- 

EarnTngs of Day. Wage Men. 

A g regards the increase in wages, 
da? wttge men are now receiving ros 
an.elghl hopr shlfl 'he lame wnpre as - 

. preVlOUBTy Kot for nine hours m 
more. The:* increase in the cost of 
production from this cause will rtery 
according -to the. proportion of day 
, k ... men, whose hours 'aa\'e been 
shorti ned. TliW proportion rims from 
• 28 per cent. In Northumberland 
to 48 per eettt in South Wale*, and. It 






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more is in. order to secure,. the 

S9me>!'ut])ut as^-iaef-o re. 

i Each of these effects Independently 

- jyJiJhcrN i is b tire .cost of- 
'. 
, , jr irs t— The Reduction in Output 
' As regards the reducfioh In out- 
em the preliminary returns for the 
, the Home 



Incri 
'moal 



As 

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Reduced Output Per Head. 
refrnrds. the third point 



thai 



persons are needjgd for a given 
,,iitput the preliminary n«turnt of out 



,, ;lt ;,.,,! persona '• ampioyed give strong 

evidence of this facf"," Th- number 



t of • '- '•'' " s ""ir' ; " •■■■'■• 

■ ■ ■ rftvct ,.)' iu., a. ; i 190-R ba.v( i--- i at ed B ; " 



Appeals to people of discriminating taste- because of 
its superb Quality and Pairity no matter if you 

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drink it in Canada or in its St. Louis home" town— 
it always has the'same snappy flavor— its in a class by 
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Bottled only at the 

Anheuser-Busch Brewery 

St. LOUIS, MO. U. S. A. . 



R. P. Rithet & Co., Ltc 

Distributors Victoria,, B. 



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ADVHRTISE IN THE D'AIi:Y QOLONIST 



ifl I II improving 

a cop "" ,1 "' '"'" 

itphl of . coal Would 

have been th.- tl occurrence. The 

-returr.^ slmw that. In 'the Newcastle 

- , ■ am Inspection districts 
(where tho Eight Hours Act did not 
come int- " !l - 1 ""'-"'y - 1 ' 
1910) there was an ■ of over 

' In South Wales and 
Lancashire, Instead ol any Increase 

-ii"- CD ths R 

( .,. ]lt ... ftions tor .. nev.v agrei ■ 

ei pioycrs anS" Bmployed In 
Information Is 
available from tb.n diajricl tha 

6th. ! ' 

l : In Booth \- a 
r ] ■ ii.- i ■>. i. Bmount- 
ert to 4 ; , p.., . . ,,t [ii th'- geptembei 
, ,, . q4 t..i,;i. ind 5.1 pei •• ul in 
iber quai i Phesi flg - 
...... | .- In g t^ irerag 

,1 the corresponding 
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l-,;. I I. l!,Ue-r ■ I 

hat '. p u .- ii 

i if 1 it Ho 5fcj I; : ei 

. , ■ v i method 

- .IJITeifenec of TOtpUtrdUe 

i in tr,e number o'l d t: 
%v< ., estimated hi 

.,,- ,e,. i i e rati • f < 

I M-- ,\l lb.- 

. n ral meeting bl i ram 

- illleries, limited, Mr. D, A. 

: | tated -tiuit the output 
: , ..,. a ndl linaM •■<< luring ' the 
of i:».!-i showed a falling 
, ent, as compared ■■■■ Ith 
I it.,;i ..f (lie > ear. although 
, .,,. , ., | ...:..!«,.- day mbre, In 



por cehi • the Increaae In th. 

outptrt bus been only, at the rat. ..i 

.1 ff6y.per rent. ' >" 

Conclusions. 
From such evidence 18 Is forthcmi- 
Itig the writ.-,-/ \< Inclined to pu' th" 

.,;,:, coal d«e to the Bfgh! Hours 
i\ the pres< h( tlnje at frtna Pd to 
I -,,p. ■ After a careful i cafi 

Uoti nt the whole subject the follow- 
ing facts .appear to be clearly eatah- 
lished: ,, , 

i rip. proportion of the resulted 
geltlrig price which labor receives has 
Increasihl over R long 

period of ye- 

■ t'ic production . per p*rson em- 
ployed « ''<' h I i '■' , " , "" 41 te * 1 "' '' rn 
when natural conditions are 
. , , r has been falling during- rd i nl 
w)!h ah jiccelleratlhg Telcr ttj 
during the last year or two. 

■ 3. The cost of ro'duetion 1" Inrrens- 




Thc 

Hudson's Bay Co. 

Sole Agents 
For British Columbia. 



D 



The 



effect of the Act la done. 



, rarttrraH e/.n.iltbum whli fa 

, .,. not b< I : " '' t* rl1 " ' v| ' ' 

;s ,,r the thli fcet im.i most ea^Uy 

v ,,,-ke-l seams, tbw.se results are dUO 

,,, the ■'■ tion 61 th- legislature and of 

I lie mlnerc' unions. What effect a 

,,. , mirifi-itiv tocreaaed cost of coal will 

[ave on the well being of the country 

f8 n nueartiod outside the scope of 

i . L rticle*. H-it ft Ui well that the 

era t.e generally known, Per 

Interests of conl niinlnK, on 

the material prosperity Of the 

Q]d Country so much depends, rt Is 

desirable that It should he given 

B ,- t from legislative enactments sind 

tin- miners shmild supplement 

their efforts after increased wages by 

trying to give increased value in work 



TENDERS WANTED 

Tenders* will twi receive.! on Monday, 
,luTC 1 I lh nt 12 noon, for altoratlons 
and a.iiiib.ns to bouse on Douglas 
street tor Stephen Jones. E«<1- Plans 
and specifications may be obtained upon 
application to the architect. .^ 

The lowest or any tender not tieces- 
se rily accepted. "'"....... 

S. MACT.XfRB!, Architect 
Roo m 6, V\v*- aiBtorS* Block. 

~ NOTICE 

T, c. Seagal *■*•«•. 
Notice t» hereby given ■ that aw j^ggT ; 
pons imving clalma aaalnat '*»• ..*ffgg; 
ectato must send in the ■••■• m JB':mm~ 
unJorsianed on or before ..tha ...IfW. ■■•*&. 
of July. A. D.. 1910. ,;,. ,■"■■ 

BARNARD * ROBBRTftOIW. 









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One thousand dollars cash, balance 

stone foundation and good basement^ Corner 

cars. Location Stanley Avenue and 

1 ■3 > »<"*''«*^'™*'«W»MI*ilBU*I W l Wi« ' — 







t btreet 

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lot, convenient 



City Lot, No. 800, 
five-roomed ' modern 
month. ,■ Price only 



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?t, size 60 x 120. And good 

Cottage, rented for $1 <>.. net .. p.er 

Terms:- one-third cash, bal- 



ance easy. 







R R BROWN, LIMITHD 

Monet) to Loan. Fire Insurance- Written. SloresandOfficznioReV.. 

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- Subdividing 

2.13 Acres for 




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Tins i-^ a cut of that comfortab%lookin^ brown bunga r __ 
* low on the vvide_piirt of l'undora, on the corner bi .Chambers 
"Street ami facing th^SoSlh. The lot is on the highest end . 
of the -street, and commands a splendid view of the city, 
straits and barb. >r. A glance at the map will show that this 
house is, onlv one. block from the car line. 
Any one wanting a" large, comfortable, 
'house, with-eveVy modern, qonvehience^would 
• lookr-rntn ■•tin-. -.«>.■. 



.well laid out 
do well to* 



This house hasJbeenbuilt'bMJt a short time, and., the. con- 
dition is .as good as new. $7850 on Terms '• 



;ra-sy .piccc.of grdtfndHes on the corner 
_£if-two stn ~ >o, v ?eet qn o ne an d aboiu 40S root on the 

other. LtAvoiddfm'ake 5^>lendid lotsjpr huyc'rs- , \vantiu^- 
"pTots o\er thr usu^l'k;5iz ( e/" 

this Iks about 4'Hh'cks or' 5 . minutes' walk «fr»rn The- 
car. and commands "a spLendid view of the cit\:irvi; -traits. 
It is 'entirely ^ Trie" from rock- and i> all, cleared. ' A .ry 

large trees aTCgrowiny uii 



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AT THE CITY HOTELS; J 



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cage; Ri Kuttler. Chicago ; D. T, Ashby, 
:""Wlnn1peg; L-. Cuttibermun. Hazlemare;, 
Mr. and Mm J" Ewlng. Nanatmo; J. B 
Lacy, Vancovu' r 




f . 



alf Mile 




New Six-rocmi House, well itijislied, with all modern conveniences, situate on 

y^ ■'* 1 « * 

"newly- graded' street, with.-cenient. -sidewalks and boule vards, 



'For fuffhe-r particulars, apply to 



GRANT & LINEHAM 

P.O.' Box 307 633 YATES. STREET ." £ .Phone 66* 

LINEHAM-SCOTT SAND .& 



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HEADOFFICES l LINEHAM ■& CO, Jorda-n River, 



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At the Empress — 

- Ov Ti Watt. '-"Vancouver: R.--K. l>Jnd- 
VBneoTl • a. Florin. Nelson; 

is ' .1 McCaW, Calgary; :. &. iiadwin. 
Vancouver; h.'-"M.' Hice, Scatt^; A. £g£r- 
,. Vancouver* Walter •' ' ' Idler, 
icmlttefl A, ObVftJg AH"». Vancou-. 
S Humphry and «*fe, North Van-' 
K Pi- Mock and wife,, Mon- 
■ al; Miss Conway, Montreal; D. A. 
Young, Vancouv. t . A B, Hepburn; Van- 
. 1 ; \v. I'.c.'Ut.in. (Sheffield, Rag.; 
, i.uver; Mian Hollajod, 

jand; Miss i ' i"- : i fuaoh, Ireland; a 
j>. i .,i tii. London; Mr... -^ 

I ... s . \ ■,-■■ ; I-'. _ and 

. mVh. -k •'•■•■<>■■ Seattle; .l.'w. Bd- 

mlnson. Pasadena; Mrsr Edmln 
Paaadena; WW- SAitb" Bdnnnaon, 1 
Mini' t i 

Sail ' ''• I ' i ' 1 ' 

i.,, v •>. uivlngstoi -i'grt; 

,MI. m. av. 

'Bow don, B* -■>■•'.■ . n. w. 

Is- 3U 'M. '1' 'I w11 ""- f-'^ntilf.. 

attd, Ml Qujr 

\ iij Bi kirk. ' ■ ■' :-:•= : 

At the King Edward— 

i : | V: Aiild, and 

i'ver; 'I" ■ '" T v o- 

, , to;, .i 'has. .K, \\ aHh, :(e 

i :a) : Elijtaln Qlerih* 
M . • ■ 
'-mi.; darerHont, 0. B M. 

gh'ravy and 

1 Bach' arid Wife, Seattle; N. Ree- 

Wer "ill wit".'- .' . J.JJbwser, 

|.ir.. Vancouver; T. a. K'lwHi. stelia- 

doorni W. I'I "ling, Tacpma; C S. Han- 

I . ' , . Ford. Strathroy, 

Oni i ' 3^t, Mnry'K. Ont.; 

A ,r. Porter, ' , lii ' " ' " : ' 

thcou-ver: I ' . ■ \ 

Brnii'if.i'l. i ■ < i ■ ' ' ; .1. U Mc- 

ji.iin. '. i ir. 
At tha Dominion! — 

JL . - $J daugnier, Se-: 

I j.. Theodori I n& wife, 

« iranbjv i?l W ' ' ' ' 

. , i ; ■■.*■. 

i . , it. \ .. '• I 8 D litt, Vaneou- 

,■ r iftninghaa Roys H i. 

--. M ,. ltl i * I .1. - and et ! 

Mj /-n.i Ml - \ \U ' Kj Ml '' 

' 'jrowi on vii iccj£S«r ' STr W a v 
,,.,,. v*an( ouv< ?7d : 
'\ ,.n< '^;v<*r. M 

COUSW; N I''nr:>int 

■^ ood Vancouver; .i. Cjn rtb-.S 

}l h u" n. Piowih, Ban i'"r."i. i 
]■• u i-;i.'t. Sarj Praoctaco; 
, :i ,ri. . Miss B CrandAll, 
Clifford Chicago; B M B-udt" nidgu 
„,l, Rockford; M. »■ l-" w '^'"- 

-^Vi-v; .i. ciitii'i. Wih.nipaa 
*tij, and ijpriie, Vanoowyei 
and ^ tr«, Vancouver^ J. 



At the Victoria— 

H. Bchmuta, St.- Paul; F. JtfePhiHps, 
St. Paul; H E. Connell, Gladstone, 
Manitoba; tames Bryen, Ottawa; A. E.' 
Carr, Vancouver; F. K." Armstrong, Van- 
couver. EL %yatson, ^aoodaMt; Teddy 
Cole, Tennessee; Albert \Vest-r, T. i.- 
nessee; James Thompson, •Tenne'ssee; 
l,.-rt Wickntt. Vancouvfi-r;. F. Ho lleT, 
Australia; H. utcha_rd.s, : _^AustpaihrrTnT. 
11. SwatfCtta; Jack Chew and wife, 
n, Ij.-,\\ Hidberg, Es'iuimalt ; MIsk 
N. NcXJill M. P. White, S<-attlo; 

C. '.Shore, ■, Mr. .and Mrs. A. C. 

Drummond, V;In<;viiiM'i-, Mrs. Cree, 
Vancouver; George. .£B.i>n<\ Vancouver; 
V. McOall, Seattle; - MrJL- Thomas, Se- 
attle- ; Mr. and Mrs. MaTSMh, Abhotsford; 

ifc^5^ Oogo, Ladysmfthi 'M^s.s..\Viiit,on.. 
Bain Pnucclaoo; Misa Pancy Adama, 
Francisco; n llidloway, Ontario^ !•'. 
Hlatt, Vancou,ver; It. JL.eave.il, Vancou*. 

■ 
At the Balmoral — 

Garglnulo . Seattle; 
Vancouver; s. EB. Officer, 
Adele Ma- !■ r,.|, l'rlnce Edward I 
Canada. 



But there waa a little sequel ' 
story which tReT' iimy rjot have heard. 

A week after the disaster, tfH ttxsts 
ger of a vaudeville compart} Q 
this tatr no \vm th anv n-thoii?«:rtrd 




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"A 
no actor! 
r." 
similar story 



Tto- 
lars arrronth ir 
the stage. 

"Mi'"" be said. 
thousand didlfirs? . Wh 
I'm i inly si telegraph 

This reminds ,m/oif 
which is also tri-^ 

A few ivears^ago there stood in Prim 
Square. \"ln ^'hil -a high- old 4. .;; 

builfllng filled with, olthes antl lit 

i-iiiinnis eondithHDL-JWben a nob: 
lng house was taken down, its' founda- 
tlorur wen weakened and its. >v:iiis,be- 
gan to fall. S»me of; the , nts of 

the appear stories escaped; ■■ then t 
atanrw.aya felL But JthfiLiWiTBe ol w 
elevator remained etatidtog and the ep^ 
gine continued to work- *~r~T~ 

— A', ' g reat c rowd -Lasgerohled.,.1 
' t, watching the lilt as it .1 
alOWiy up and down, bringing a dozen 
nivn out- <>f the jaws ' 
•,,rted Op fcf&tH tli- Of the 

j<kj!*watorHBhoo* v' 

'JMrt* ■ p. d-i .■■-.-,. Iiue.rfrr. d. "Stftpi? th.ey 
t^hifs. I.aho'ute d" to tiv boy whose hand ' 



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HOW FIGHTERS 



PROPOSE ACTING 



" (Continued, from Page 10) 



the it'ver. 

-Id- .... 

'Hi.- waljs- fire going-'" ■ they 1 

"Th- nan up I 

the .-i- tor bo 

rettt to th*-tOp story, ,t"ok ; >ni*4iv. t 
women . tlfie down slnwly. 

the Boor of tjle elevator torn 

earth then- \Ms a jfrttat sli^t-'of 
triumph. Th- til the l,ad, calling 

him a h-' I -.to Tde-s: 



him'- but he shook hli'nselt- , 1 r.;e from 



Jeftries expresses himself thus: 
■■ will lick .Jack"3rohnson, and I 
liek him Quick. 1 don't intend to stall 

t tiro negro in the ring. Xjjjaen 
•1 is just (jiir; the sake of- say-/ "Sown to go, and r.m 

ing . something, hut_J»ecause It's the elevator, boy,"' he replied, all tin 
"JTOSpfel truth. JtJftfiion— never saw the sclous of his bravery and unselfishness, 
day he coul d beaV-m'e. He may be- a .- • \ —St. Nicholas. 

jo "i fightei I admit th'at. : 'He-i- 
may ha jiiSeTo"' id" good ' 



FOR ALE . 

Six-room artistic Bungalow 
.■. Oak B one of 

--Uiafc- 
lte...iiis panelled 




'■:i tin • ' rhodern con- 

vem -1.. car, $4,800, 

;: I--V1HS. . i I*,, 

Campbell Bivor, .10 aeiws ad join- - 

'1ii':-tiiivus l,0 .LdL- 

.'ip-l ypout officer "All good land, 

S250 .'.; 

To Kelt, 5-TOOm house 

SftdUS IMdge car. % I ". 'month, 
lading \' Mnrtrrn house 

on TSTTord ~^ 

Furnlsned * Sontes laley 

A .-a ■:',-. nnd ii all parts -of I 

city. — • — 

Acreage In Alberul and 

i .' ' \.r . 

Indo-Canadian Brokerage Co., 

iumt aimaetii — 



1122 Government 

1 11 A.. . ' 



Street. 

Pli -.fie 



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M'liiTi: no on, trie .-■ for a silver prize"" 

And ii- i, : -,-■ 

Ther taken place . 

And eci.ry. tale been told. 




and 

on 



Double corner on Princess 
Blanchard.. Price; ^3,500 

"lH. ■' . ' 

ik-rOpnied house 6n 
street, James Bay. and ohe 
modern- in every respect. 
Price $2,500, Tin easy Ufjns. 
Two Good , Lota" on ^ Vancouver '; 
t. close . to' Park. Pri'ce ¥ 
$1,100 f^ach. 



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How is This for a Bargaiji? 

DON'T FAIL TO LET US SHOW YOU THIS 
JVnaljxake Sircot; 6-roonicl H(iirsc,-nl! r noderg ami close in, 
near Geofge Jay Schoql, $200 cash and Sij'peFTih.iiUi, inckid- 
inp; interval' it. iR-cV-sary. r : - - s ' .-;'. - - 



4 Dowsweii; i ROYAL REALTY CO. 



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THE 



men Who were anywhere from twenty 
to foft lound 1 than he, ' 

just wait until he-pets into ti 
with a. man who is twenty DOUndjB 
heavier- than'h-e is and a man who lias 
beaten ttor- men than .Johnson • 
dreamed of belnft. Thai iy I Say; 

. mi K'oliiK to beat Jfick Johnson apd 
goinK • him 'iiiick." 

o— 2 

Sentftnco on Ore Seller* 

June .'in. William 



PLEDGE 



"and wife 

Vine 

M r . 
II I'.'inlnll- 

Seattle; Mrs. 

Mi 

Vn i' 

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<:;. a. Jjpai 

Kol.ei l:ien» ' I 




. ny Cardinal Manning: 

I pro? : prd, 

.' : will never . loud tin 

1 ' ithlh my 

Soul -"ii 

7+And makes m- bright; 

tjA»r ever will t lo 

^I'o • 'uy , will! 

Which Thou hast • I - Ithln my heart; 
precept* '•• fulfflt 

. ij] |i : me drink as Vdai rank 
1 ■ fore f'-om Tin g :e reU; 

'. Ihi |l I ' ie drink &B 'l I Lord, 



The b lacks m ith rt bigg a n Ws arivtl rings 

i>f:.T)y Town of N'otJiUig-to- 1><<, 
And VT.wH in his 1 - bugh the road 
' - . Is l.miT. 

AVI- ■ i anvil and tCETgO -he's 

.through 

d er. f a 1 

I oil. I .11 e. . ' 

d will r**t in that-h I vn, 

renins of the day when he'll pt*t 
i'"n»..iiye -« 
liamnicr and apron down! ' 

rl not whnt the toll- 
Me preacher nr soldier bray e. 
Tboiiph he delve a ditch, be he great 
Or rich, 

man grave, 
ms always of the future, days 
When he'll "come to Notfllrig-tO Qfi, 
When he's faced life's 'test, a«d 
-•'•-hands will rest ' 
1 his time to >oil is through; 



T< iK< 1NT1 '. 

1, ' < 'rdier. .' 

' ol whom sold "over.JJ2, nil , 

.ul.,uro,,.to.'.bt. .;, E % hUiiv-i.:*-^ ■»«*- \\ ■[i'en--fTtrft-t»v ^■yr-hrrr'T-'rc'-tt'. 

it. rn tnenii 1 \\ 1 ! , .t 1 1 ra mj ch'tTdWa id, enn ■ • 

of paj ' iin." of i.Luu"' ' 1 11 di fi'i ind drttrftG n »trl'f< 
for "the illegal sellliiR of .... in the clear rourt n 



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Is a bOllOW fake | 

trea 
And I 

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And thej ,\ earn,,)"' 

, of Mfe 

1 thing "to 



dks till me. who 
frills and 1 



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surround it. 

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VANCOUVER SALMIS. 



TWO BRAVE BOVS 

boy who reads. ..this magazine | 

itory of 'the sinking of 

, ibllc .mrl of li"'A the lad « ho 

tperator oi the » RSeiOBs Eele- 

a 1 1. al htt p<«0 for hours until 



or ■ tatlni 



THE TOWN OF NOTHING-TO-DO 



somcwhi ■ 1 



; 1 -, 1 . 1 1 1 1 ■ 



The? 

fair. 

Is the Tdwh of Nothing to 1 in 

u her.' the sup; the; is . Bhlrt ... 



(Furnl fied bj F '\ ■<< « Co ) 

. i' ., 1 [and ' ' o'.-ii at rtiiVo-: 1000 

Porl ■ ■ ■• ■ I •■ 

• p.., [and ' lanal aj 
. -•'•■ 1: .1 1 Ijjfj it $1 1 10 

ti 1 1 1 11 ' -. ffl " A " '" Can Oil 

,,< ;. . LOOei 1 ifai .- n6 ' ■ 

f • SoH ei ■• 1 ■ : '-."V — - — -. — 



he 
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had 1.1-oi.iKht help- 
crew. 



to passengers n 

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as 

And the skies are 



al 



wa\ s 



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Good Buy ! 



7-aoom Wen Built House,, with 

bathroom ami ..'pantry-, good 

plimiliin'fj, electric- light, -near 

minutes frOTO 

ciiv. Hall, on largo 'lot; reason- 
able Venue. 



615 Fort Street t 

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w. McGregor 

017 Johnson Streot, 

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j July Bargain Sales! 

♦ Oak' Bay Waterfront '."n 

Itjftb a now 7-r. iim I 
1 -' concr. te hi 

"'reception hall and .sis-wing lOpJB 
1 all moil. in con 1 b. A.. 
|.. ely home ■,;.,, S500O; > 

rii-i- be ' Ci a; 

Oak Bay Avenue- king 

. ■ . built 1 : 
house of S litems; ' ! '•• 
pantry, bath, > 

hot and 1 old ' ' ! ' 

.ilKht; 1 drawlngroom, -• dining 
.,.].. ,1 in oedar; lbt 

7ii v ■ and 

tre'e' 1 .i.iyjp.BOO, smaH 



Park 



The Subdivision of Quality 



r HERE PEOPLE win' v 

ni h 1 \ .1 »<• 1 > < ■ .- 1 11 1 1 tnl gutdfeti 

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Oooa 5-room' ltouso,on .'ni Mi I 

n 11 m".:. 1, lej 1 

,..!(,. . inl $2,400. 

.Tn«t. out«l«e the half-nllle OlrCjUt 
Saw EOtfl ' '■ ■'- ' I 

,,1 .i ftnii -....I . .-i tag* of 

e 1 1 1. - toilet, 

* fir. ■;■' tSl in 1 ge . 1 llletjt t 

in.nt. $a,50o to Sa.ssp, • 

; . ■ , \ I •. m..." : I I 1 . peW •) " 

r6 in hllllt;: i !] In 1 1 1 

sign. Largt" hi* mend «■(' con 
, 1 . (.- i.n.i n 1 1 Modern In ■ 
res| 1 A snap at $3,500. 



HERBERT CUTHBERT & CO. 



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7 VICTORIA PAILY CQLONIS 



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♦ BUTCHER SHOP, 20 8 40, with furnishings. 12,000 lbs. Fairbanks weighing sc;.l^. $\M 



,„„,;„:, ,;,„!,„=:- oSfff complete, g^ *> g jg Cattte.Sl,,.!. Cbrraia^tc,- Dwelling; ,o=r« m S , ' / j; ,,.,,., 
„ith electric .lialit. Wtcr.'-etc! Stable 30 x ,0. .- ..Over 'five :„-rcs of l:u„L .-Also L,, a Mount Sicker, .^ J-« 



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' . pTOiiosea mectric ^ar uine wui pass i.n^y iy un i""r'^' -' .. >. ... -. : • ■ -r- 

:: I! . flk owner s'fan. thai t) e f), ipe asked will only hold good for a short time, when a 
'.'. '■'., considerable adjunct- will i.«- G jj " "£1^2.? ■ ' 



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roper tv of tin- -.-a and Cull CI, mil- 1:- in.'. "' ■' I'ent. 



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I! ;L„_L:...._-rh. e -.aw.u'r 1,.,. had tfie-pEOpert) .u^Hvrdcd.into panrK of trom eigMX 8 S £*fc t 

.;: -^^w.'C.md s£,u7d ^-11 ilu- property. ns^vSo^ m any, ■ ■. .m ,rc of the subdivisions: lhe t 

| , with electric li^t, water,-etc. Stabi, 30 x ,0. ;. Over five acres of Ian,. AlsoJ^at Mo , ... , _V«^'JS^^ £i&S3& • I 



For Sale ^ 

' .: . A beautiful property' of ah.i.'ii fU'luv (&® &#*% ef wbieli — «• -hii i v (30) are layout 
in fruii. the remainder/beintf cultivated with the exception of a U,w acres ,,t bus 1. I, he 
friiit trees have been specially srlerte:, ■ ■■• in- splendid, mnditton. lhe view iroi^ tnq 

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ISLANDS 



FOR FARMING OR 

We have Just listed sorne-really good Islaml propositipns, ckse^tt- . oria, ranging- from 100 acres 
upwards: Snlendtd anchorage for vachts and pleasure boats.. For full .particulars. apply 



Specialty. 



P. O. Box 167 



POf 'FS fi' C ) 10 13 Y^ ' Fire Insurance a Specialty. 

REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE- AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 

iadK Broad Street. Ne xt to Colonist Office .Telephone 65 . 

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GREEN & BURDICK BROS. 

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• ■>-.. Real Estate 

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Two rifty Poot Lot», wltTiln ,10ft <^, f 
fret of «<*e(ter-H«4-road r -4nslde • 
city limits, good soil. 840Q tor . 
the two.:..easy.. terms. 



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GOMOX, VANCOUVER 
- ISLAND 

Cleared and buah farm,«i sea-. 

" f roAtafce ' frt district at all prices. 

Fine. farming coujitry; good local 

— market. '-'-•"','-' ^ 

, . . Apply Beadnell & Blscoe.**Real 

" Estate Agents, Comoi. and Cotict- 



Some Good Lots at .. Willows '<>• 

1.. facliiK the saa. — Nice Jo- .. J ♦ 

cation for a immniei- Ti'omfl. i , , J | 

rive Aero Blocks near Colwopd , > ^, 

on tw»< main roads from -*1Q0 t I," 

•per acre up; very easy terms. ]| •• 



R. B. PUNNETT 

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READ-MARK— ACT 

rp rheap.^ You carinot afford to miss .this p pp 
1 Morrterey-Avenue, near Saratoga, 5of?c JJjjOj® 

third -cash, balance S i o. per'monllr at 7pw gg»T ~ -. 



NEW HOUSE I 



Th^^o rhrnp. • You carinot afford tp miss ,thtf > opportunity. j--4 Just Completed * \ Jr0T OQlffe . 

♦ Lot on Morrterey^Avenue, near Saratoga, 50 x i^$6oo. One i ;: 7 ^^•■^^^ f ™ c e - ^Vh^c;; Good level grassy. ibVs do,* 



GILLESPIE & HART 3 | E . white : : AIRFRTTOLLER&CO 

^eneraJ InHiiranceTLoans anneal Estate, ^ - 1115 Langley St. 4 ■«; ' 604 B rought&n Street ' f ( Y AL«tKl iULLtttatU 



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Telephone 1119. P, O. Drawn ■ 1 JJ 5. 
loom 10, aianon Block, ▼letoxls. 

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no *' • I Avenue. One-third cash. . i 

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-No. io8oh— A Pair of Sightly Lots, large ones, one-block from } 
Oak Bay Avenue. Terms. . . ■ '[ . ° *} 



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To Gentlemen; Sportsmen and others: I 



jj Imperial Bank Chambers -|. 
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rick St., cottage 5 " 
■rooms .....-» .....'. f 1800 

New hoiiso. 6 rooms," all mod- T 

,, — vern, crnicht foundation and «. 

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'.'107$— Large Lot in Seaview. Very si 
t $450 



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12 acres, mostly all cleared 

and in cro Pv Cyjod /-roomed . . :■ - , £HX% i ^T^TT^TT i^^-k 

Ilmusc, harn tor 5 horses, t „ ■ TUI^ (tKILLI I H ( X ) 
cow shed, -2 chicken houses, 1* ' A.J.J-4 VJiVlI J. A A XX V^«W. 

con run; wijcd;'2 good | •■ 
wells, all fenced: .25 fruit 
trees. . 

Fine View, of --Elk-Lake 



And Chicken Ranch . J 

'• " .. > J l.sgu ; MxlM per ft.. 150 j - 1 

6 Miles from Victoria ;; -" HeraW-at close^ to Govern- , I 

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4.S acres, half cleared ^s * Y „ h ,,,,, vv <; ,, N1 ., ■„,„.,-„ t - St.. 

I!" cultivated ill all • kinds 1m <."- large brick blook; eap terms; . 

.;;.. fruit, principally cherries and ;[;;.. ' "nap-. 



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Price $4000 . 

Term's." 

R. Grubb 



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JLJEL A L X Y AND TIM B E.R 
• Room 11, Mabon Block. 
Insurance — Fire, Life and Accident. 






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* Two Kinc L^tS on tiie'al.Mv,' >tr.ct. which is. l.cim ■■•■ •'-■■d + .,.. 

• <\\.Tfk has aircadv cnnin. . < Milv t w<. minuies fn»nv i <■ ' plums, also a ■ -7°^ bj ^rr—- IT: a rn n ON t • it. v«. *-^- , ■-,. .- ,- xtr . 

c'car,nd I :^U,^ ^ t ^le . t ;; ^ on . ^ ^^ Box «, m: B ro,' —J' :nl ; aU ch, ■ ^ 

imi ,l, n , CMmcnicnccs to hand. Th .a bargain at ♦ J rlntb.arl>, .' etc all bcanng- ,. ;; •A 1 M^f^' l\ ~ .-«obert,on Co. J| ;„., -J M.r Sul.diMSion. 

^1,000 cac. T r .;^ r ' : i «^J^ a aiianlilv: . oL j L_^^^^^4-i-^- ,,.-.- r ^ r — ; ; ; *r^g^g^ 

■WlLLfAM MONTEITH t V 

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fine view and on~the 
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e>jgood living from the . ^ yi GTORTA .-WEST— Fine. 1-- herson Avetasm-4 

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•Ba»y terms 

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v-ai-vd runs;, c- 
-Tlie whole yrjroyerty 

ready for. 01 h P rnto,and 

Sportsmen and others: i, make 

_FOR SALE t start 

Marron Lake 'Ranch Estate »|^^^S**^ ! S .■— 

.. . ~. ♦ MOSCM Car lint. L.Mt 1IM011. • ,.i . , acrw Torma 

In rlje, . Beautiful Okanagan - I ',,,,. r p S<> ~>00 TERMS \ ^'' H ^\y-~ ■■ v.^)n» lai . nU^^ftoA r^Oy u> \rr..)d oi\, *5W.. lerms 

*T1 U« "e.natJf^ gn^BTF-of turajre, partly . .- .♦ i^ iv - 1 ' *P V v ; ;: I ^. 50 , . , -,.„, balance *t «5 pcrmonth. \ 

-, oats, etc., and Includes .Matron Lake (6 acres); T ... - i ,.'.■.' . -j, « A 

, v VND ■, , •■ ■ \ modern T?-rrtoTTi Rpstflence and 1-3 "' m 

' of Innd.Bi: ' .u'oo^'of tho.1.^1. !OC*llW the city. The finishing Hi 



ale— 47 Acres I 

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For further particulars ask 

A. W. JONES, Limited 



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ADDmOX Mrv P ninr,M l,vH ^ A .1 C08 Fort Street j 

car line. Only $550 each. Terms,..J50 cash, balance at X $ $ t t mutt . » . . »♦-» »♦♦♦«♦♦«♦♦♦»♦♦«»»♦ ». ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « •♦■♦»♦ ♦ .. ♦ ♦ ♦ » 



sista of the choicest bottom and bench lajida, , 

...,-y pro.lucttvn for all kinds of ii-iil. pro- i i ?, iA«,«.i7« f llrktArrka* ^ 

etc, From a sp„rl.Mn :l .r^..pohvi <Mx ploj + I nff|l> A/ PjlWrr + 

,valli contains six- rooms and Kerlo ka tne t Vlil I IV %X 1 VM?V|l I 



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i FOR SALE \ . 

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♦ bedrooi chtekeft. J t 

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valley 'around 1»he residence eon tains six ., rnwira unci - uy.i 10 na 01a t 

an,. ,|- cottage on the ftenejh tond ajrid barnfl ^ 

t'c. ■ T\he v Urig cattle, ffheep, plga, jfewttj * 

„ "„.« ' Aari h« li.iil mi v .i 1 ii :i t ion. . Another 1:60 acres i 



f rninu' •»'■;" I " ♦ n Eiffht I.ot» hi . if,-,- limits; Rood ,, ■, . 

J Mt To 94,000-, > • ■■ I ,, ,,,.,. f ,. ,.„,„ 

'" H,,U ' | I! Two fall rt*.d lota. Prior street. ^ 

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)r n ,, illlfl, flK.; Mill- »" J ', * ?. i„ ■ , 

-.,'raii be had.i.n valuation.. AttOtb«l 
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GEORGE M'. WATT 
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thin' ' ' fhd'wlll api 1 woman 
I -sell tills houae for $4900, 63i viy I Kirj torm"; $500 <-ash and 0S« t-.-.J lft< 

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■J •,,■'.'■ . t. , ., .- .V | . ,., to BUll ♦ " lvniS,-, fully 

>....:,.., : . . MlUXX^-Ul^d-i.. ) '■ S I lOblDlfitJtiLjgSti SsJBfefi ■ ':■ ■' ■" - 1 - « •«,*. two- V i? ^rtl* S . are -^feen : ■ -J " J ' ' ♦'"*"«»-■ ^«* '* 

-* . ,....,.;. | Buraf'fle -Rbid.) L$J lib ♦ $6,500; |l,50fl J a 

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Acres .' i;>i tn-w "4-room x 

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oleared, balance eaaj clearSflTj J 

all fenced, on main road, foil* | 

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83,200. WW t'Tins. * 



^, w „l r!f> w . t'rifp $1,380. oil ii 



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32,80q; *«,. ° ak Bft y Avenue, new H room J 

V s ,., ;, ...,■ 4*,. linns*-, {oily modern, ' L»t 

.two- «*oiMH-tt*!i »Mi-,*ft-ken - ■ •*• - * - '6««4 2«i - - J-'rlee ■ f^OOO^. ■ t«rm#.— 



Oak Bay Waterfront 

Ten acres- wUh 88 cToae to 

ihotl time only. Price 82,000 



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Herbert S. Lett ew trounce avenue 

1 1 e tVl'314 Board I jfi i ■ Bl I 



McPhcrson & Fullcr^on Bros, j C. H. RkhardSOM 

615 Fort St. «■ Room I, 






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The Capital City i; 
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FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

Leaving Victoria lit n. m . June 2!». July t\, 
• teimi-n I'MATll.l.A Vm QITY OF FDBBttA 
THROUGH Sb-'KYICK 
L«av« Saattle 10 a. ni., «wiunrr GOV- 
BRNOlt OK I'KKSlUliNT. July 1. »'. ■ 

For .Southeastern Alaska, i'ottahe; CITY 
>t'o'r CITY OK SEATTLE l.uvua SoattU J 1". 
'^.m./Junr 86. July 8. t. it. "". -''•• - 

TicKirr ami riu-:n;nT cjkkh'E iin 
Wharf mitt it-, Phono 4. 

r. i\ rtirjssa? a co., i.m. AK.-nta. 

C. D. 'pl'NAN N\ i;,ii, Passenger Agent. 

, 112 ilarU.-t si . L 8ni Franqteco 
For further Information ..btuin folder. 



SEATTLE ROUTE 



S.S.-IRO01OIS" 

Leaves -Victoria 1) a. in. dally, ex- 
cept Sunday, tor Perl To\uis.ini and 

'Seattle. - 

Returning 
Leaves Seattle. Midnight, • ', 
Tickets interchangeable with C P. 
K, Steamers. ■ — 

JAMES McARTHUR. Agt. - 

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victoria dau-y colonist ~ 

Netlyferlee, 
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Angeles 
Excursion 



Venture Returns From Port- 
land Canal Bringing News of 



Further Discoveries 
Trains Leave Daily 



Pack 



SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 



By Government Wireless 



MARMOT RIVER SCENE 

OF LATEST STAKING 



Fourth Ledge Is Located ;Vvi!ii 
Good Showings in the Stew- 
. art Mining & Development 
" Company^ Property,' 



♦- '8 a. m. • 

.♦ Point l iri-). • -Rain, S. E., * 

■♦■.. breeze; liar., ii\).96; • temp, CO. 'J * 

•♦- rajir l.a/.o. Kain, , N. VV.; ■♦■ 

-♦■ bar., li'.i.'JT; leu'!'-. && aea T 

-*■ smooth., "T 

♦ . 'raniMrih.— L.ight.rain; wind S. ■+■ 

♦ 9 mili'.s; bar., 30.1% temp., 51. -♦* 

♦ In, ahum .schooner -t-ucy, Neff; ■♦; 

♦ schooner Nokomis, B.86 a. rn.; ■*> 

♦ ..ut, C. «. g. Huford, J. 30 u. m.; •+ 

♦ steamer Senator 'Xi p. m.; Urn- ■*■ 
*■■ atilla, '2S7 miles frwii -.Flattery '.-*■ 
•v Inbound 11.45 p. in. Ike.ihi, OVdT- ♦ 

♦ 'cast, calm: light swell. ■■■•*' 

♦ Trianon.-.— Cloudy;. W.; bar., * 

♦ 29;i6; temp., 4t>; Btea^aai! Lee- .•♦ 

♦ bro .southbound 9'M p. m. Hpoe •*• 

♦ m, uiirr Victoria inbound 300 •♦• 

♦ miles I'rom Flattery t;.30 p. in. ♦ 
♦■ I j-i.'vaiu ' 'hanly; wind S ♦ 
•*■ JS.; i. mil, 56. S. a smooth. Two ♦ 
-♦- masted steamer, yellow funnel ♦ 

♦ white barid t westbound 8 a. m. -•- 
> Pachena. — Cloudy;, wind 

♦ X .)■:. lig-lrt; I. ,i . .30.0o(Vtemp 
-*-' 1 ] 53* ■' Sea emu' ith».^^«. 




New Feature of Dispute Furth- 
er Involves Business Be- 
tween ''Owners and Under- 
writers Concerning Ship 



OLD INSURANCE 

TO VESSEL'S CREDIT 



^ SJULY 4th — 

S.S. WHATCOM" 

Leaves Victoria 8 a : . m.. -12-rrtoon, 
I p. m. and-f p. m. 

Returning leaves Tort Angeles at 10 
B. m, 2 p. m, 7 p. rn/and 11 p..m- 




ROUND 
TRIP 



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■Bringing -rre y a of fur -t! 
good ore bodies ?n_,the Portland canal 
district tne"~sTeumer Venture , oX Uu. 
■BoscowlU Steamship company rcturn- 
ed from her maiden trip ty ° te ffi"' 
. ■ipert and v\ayl«uris ot.nmau- 
em Britieh Oohimbtft yt-aterday. morn- 
ing ■ Manv wen- still crowding into 
•Stewart and every day saw a string 
of pack horses •htAivily laden with VOQr 
•.p4fes leave town ful' thy m uicU. 

difficulty IsTJelng eiqperleoced by paelv- 

ieyohd the Forks where tin 
is Iri^spots almost Impassable 
horSel are'fretiu'iently mired. In con- 
nection with the big free gold strike 
the majority, of the prospectors who 
made the bte- returned d»ippointed 
In aa much as practically ~hr entire 
country 'to .the glacier had been si 
ed before Iheir • arrival. AC present 
rher<S a,re aeyeral mining. ii..i>"n^tli-- r 
ground making .a moro extended. »nd 
itination of this ore aooe 
and.it will be se v e ra l days before 
nite announcement of its i possibilities 
will be available, ; •' ■■■- .. 

:y prospectors, have gone to the 
Arm district from where good 
reports have been brought;. The lat- 
est strike reported la on the north fork 
of. the' -Marmot rfver. ' Morris i: 
Jias returned from a prospecting trip 
up "the north fork — of "Marmot 
where he made, an khprrjTTant- strike 




Noon. 
Point Grey.— Cloudy; 
breeze; 30.04; 68. 

i JLazo.— Clo 
3(1.0.5; 62; sea smooth. . 

■ i Cloudyj wind S., ■*> 
.:".' i r.l; sea smooth, 
in/ rmatilla, 10,86 a. m.; out, 
bargo \Vashtuna. " towing, 10 ♦ 
a. m 



Esteyan.— Cloudy; wind W.; ♦ 
56;' sea sm6i 
-Ikeda Head.— Overcast; calm; 

light Swell. 

Triangle- Island. — Cloudy; 
wind W.; 29.51'; B.»; s-a smooth. 

Prince Ku pert.— Cloudy; S. 
E-; 30.15; 60; iSea smooth. 
. 2_p. m. 

Point Grey, — Passed out, a 



Policy to Extent of $25,000 oir 

Damage Done Two- Yeats 
•.Ago Must : Be Taken Into. 
Considerate 






tw-p-niastel freight »twni'-r . ♦ Ke«rt+p. 



As the, daya-go b y the case -of tin- 
maged steamer \ i, .. >. 

mt~" • - ■ • 
72 . W h a rf, becomes mure and more ln- 
I "Captain VV. H. 

■ dotrBarvage" assocJa- 
-tion, who went, to Seatth part 

,-. 
agent* and otb, ■ a, cet 
and . staled that no adjtistmei*! 
been. made. /. The o\tn«-s malnta 

contention that the vessel Is- a 
const! . , i„tal loss,, while the' un- 
derwriters ho.ldthat she can fee re- 
'. and -returned, to.; the Alaska 
^ Steamship company.. " 

ers agent went into the QUfiaUon of 
the outnt with the owners wbi: 



which is now touding at 
tuid which will Mall east- 
ward In July. The regular schedule 
being thus established, a steamship 
will thereafter leave Hankow for 
Irondale every thirty days for th« 
next two years, after- which the iteot- 
will be increased to three • steamships 
a month, or a sailing every ten days. 
The Iliverdalewill take a full cargo 
of lumber back to China, part of 12,- 
000,000 feet wiilch tho»l>ollar 'Company 

have sold; > . . 

The Seattle Times sees " fn " tho ar- 
rival \t the Kiverdale Willi her big 
earn i) of iron ore and pig iron an in- 
cident fraught with great slgnilicaueo 
to the whole northwest coast. Thu 
Times says: 

"l>uwn to date something more than 
J2,Ooo,OUU have been poured. into Iron- 
dale —Into Die plant and the proper- 
ties behind it. . Some at th/ hfts 
1'i'iur' irutu Seattle, much i^/itu San 

i 'raiii-iscii, some from banish .i'uIuiu- 

lna and -still otla-r dollars J i om New 
York. Also a vajj^a r'ge amount has 
boin realised fri'iirfr*the sal nf real 
esta.te In the town of -Irondale,' Et9tLd 
eyerj dollar af this has gone into 
either plant or properties, Just as the 
lainnin iteel tow a "f i liars • Ind . Wa« 
mad..: to prodosaec SiflB.OOe.OflO for the 
business purposes ol I nited Steel at 
a time when $88,0W,O00 wus very 
i: i nd j in ii.-u e around 

■■'rij.i ia-oi>ertte:i b e hind . t&eh . steel 
plant,' the bug iruii deposits on Quat- 
slno; i he rnagm I >< ■ ■• oi of liark- 

[e'j Sound, t he de\ i Idpnii hi of M*e 
coal properties at 'Ashfurd, In Pierce 
County', and tie: iniiiif-n.se deposits .in 
m island, tjnr-tho Queen Char- 
lotte .group, have corts«rned l>.. '■■>■■ 
the greater' "amount, anji it la' iu be 
sola- thai $ wist af mnfn l hi 

to be clear ■ 

of— dollars were espehdi rj In 'trying 

out" various properties and pro 

were oftererl from time to timo- 
by'pr rs froni all over 'the north 

country. The properties n" 
by the corporatiorrr-atrd— which are tho 
basis of its pre.s- future oper- i 

ations, are the result of a'thoi 

• liminution. 1 b | 

■ 
iron | i ' Columbia and 

tho North western States. 



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A Good Building, Lot, to apply as part payment on a 
new Seven-room House in the Oak Bay district, just 
of! the car fine. 

This is a well-built, fully modern, new home of 
* seven rooms and reception halhctincnl floor in base- 
\ ment, fiirn^acf, tbret- grates';. : Lot is 50 ft x 120 ft i( 
and the location 'is good.. 



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.and a-good lot will be taken as part : payment. 
aiKTcan be arranged to suit you. . ' , 



Bal- 



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Tracksell, Anderson & Go. 



1 2 10 Broad Street 



Phone 1722 



*«.«>« <♦*♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«*♦ »-»-»» ««»♦«♦«♦«♦». 



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iThrOhgh tickets atid through bills of 
lading nrn now issued from' Puget 
Sound and Hritlsh Columbia por.ts to 
Atlln, B. C. Dawson, V. T. and Fair- 
banks, Alaska. CpjnnsoUons 

, Way with our • dally train* 

fare a ml "Caribou with .our 
rlvr-r and lake steamers and at Dawson 
with steamers for polntS-'on tha Lower 

11 river. ". ■ 

"Fur further" Information apply, 
TRAFFIC DEPAETMENT W. P. & .T. B. 
405 Winch Building, Vancouver. 8. 'C. 

Union S. S. Company 

Of B. C. Lid. 

Dlrrrt , Service Between Vancouver and 

STEWART 

passenger 

Camosun 

Leaves Vancouver every Wednes.' 9 p.m. 

Ar. Prince Rupert e Very, Frl.. ftftemoon 

tew%rt cyejjy £;'r?,ta*. a-f-ternoon 

. t every "Saturday 6o,m. 

es'Princ* itapert every SinirFa.|m; 

eB v.. i ry Tuesday 'J am. 

^kets from , Victo ria at ilu5 Wharf 

;>ho'n« *r84; — — ^ 



The favorite passenger steamer 
■U/T* & 



■V 



rmr rr- j— ' .wj i m ajlmh m e- 



ALLAN LINE 

Hm ti-t, MmII Ntr«m8hlp« 
1 III-. - l\\\\ RENCB KtM ."/ ■ 

MomreaiMo Liverpool 

^Virgtnlav \ ..iu , . 

Tunisian "ily 15 and Au.K ■ .' - 

VirtorlBD I '•tti J* 

■ ..1 -1. -nn . . '■<■ *'> 

tes:' -saloon, $7>;.8» apwar»1.«; 

«econd entln, M7.50 _uj,war4i;^ th:-!l. 

t'laBB, J-J.'. ' . . ifs. ~ -\^- ..... 

Montreal trtasidw * 

Note— Que cl»«« - c«b*n -^-»t<»»merB. 

.„ "bialnn" ,a'inl "Pretbrtsn;" rat?«-H5 
upwards: third claas. S29T5. 

-. . . .Julv MUt.H- 

:'-y l«i nnit A\Sg.\S 

Auk: -,i> 

pr,.-27- 

• rlau, 

■aloon. \rrt»; »r-c'.iid-' , lnin> 

■50 upward*; third clasa, 

Montreal to Havre and London 

Or,.- . 1 ..... . 1 . Li .- ■ |1 ilil'K 

I ;il.,- In- U( 2.7 

sl.-iliiiri Juiy 30 and Sppt in 

< ■,1-tmaiiui . . . Anir 13 mill Sept. A 

I-ondon t42'.60 and' up; 3rd; class 

hi. ire, s'45.00. and «rpr""3Bd j.ol«»'» •' 
»36.no VV 

Kor» resiTvrrtlon of -ti.-rtnsMpr TOi 
tier particulars apply to ' 

, —. 1 . f). ( II1T1T VM 

tut' Govern nh-nl St.. Vbtorl»\B.C 



Orampfan 

I'l-I.jriim 
Ionian 







from->jhich high. assays have- been ob- 

-tsihed. .Men were sent out to prosp 

t'h.e'lead arid exposed it for 200 feat on 

the surface. A. small amount of Avifrk 

• dan or'e body ; .vide, from 

which an assay-of $30.20 in ffold \v:is 

iptain -White ItTOser'-and 

air. lloon have rotated ten clnlrns>and 

an exp'T-t'. report Is to -be secured.' 

Assays made at _ SteWairt ..of pro 
brought frcjm the "mamtnotli. reftf* 16^ 
early in June tend to . onfirm' rle- 
ports that this leached QUt_ba,rre» 
hioking tpiarti . carries 'paying^ ore. 
Francis S.- Otter, broker, obtain 
assay Of'.$.&.86-frani his dadm,whii 
Bartholomew got $5.26. Mr. Bartho- 
tointew returned from the' reef last 
Saturday ami said he ' It as 

big as reported. ^Ie followed it for 
1 miles and locations have 
.tllalung tor l!v distanre., itun- 
cali McCleniian who Joined the fu^h th« 
night before the news .was.' mad. ■ pufelkk 
lie, secured locations across the "gulctr 
fn m the discovery, and adjoins the 
laister group. He brought back some 
good looking" samples which he in- 
tends to ha-. M. Uelgrovo 
one prigln^ti discoverers, has 
gone bank to/the reef ..to J*ej;lri_ work. 

— : Fourtn Ledge, . 

Wh-n t T-wArt 

fouhli 
b-dge of the 

opmeot company's mine had been, 
; ck and the galena uncovered indi- 
ataa, that it would be rich Jike thu 
No. 3 ledge, discovered, some .months 
ft has > been um;ojycred a 
width of 27 feet with rlchi ore. <m the 
X'i^_,'l or east vein a crosscut has 
started' to the hanging wail and in the 
ut native silver wast encounter- 
ed. w , - 

lid headway is being made. in the 
big mill mi- the 
Portland Canal property, all the frame 
work bel&at-ibe concentrating floor be- 
ing In pi. 11 •-, the ore bunkers practical- 
ly finished .and 

ami three-.rifths -mile Blelchcrt 

n is now.-H-uririiiig and • It- of 

ijitstalling- the mill machinery will' soon 

d! swlngj. C'p at the. mine the 

■ 

by 2 a b 

• id resl- 
mkhouse will have suf- 
•---v nmodate -40 

1. Iu the mine a crosscut has li 

-.3 into 1 ging wilt 

utry. In the No. 2, work- continues 

in the face which ,ia 20.0 foot from tho 

taJ, with a fine breast of ore. Gen- 

eral Manager W. J. OSlmendBrf has 5(1 

"h the payroll. 



-with -I, black top, at 

rj.ia p. m„ Princess May at 1.55 ■*■, 

P m. Quadra at 1.55 p.-<vrrir~>- 

Passed in - Cassiar-'at 12.20 p.m.. ♦ 

6 p.mV ...■* 

Point , Grej^— Glear-;^ calm ■;- 
bair., 30.09; temp., 56. 

Cape, Lazo. — Clear; calm; 
bar., 30.07; temp-. *2.- Sea 
smooth. 

Triangle.— Clear; N. W. wind, 
6 miles; bar., 30.2U tempT 65-. 
Sea smooth. Outside bound in 
Camano. • 
— -E ste van.— Clear ; W. wind; 
temp;, 68. Sea Smooth. 

Ikeda.— Drizzling; calm; light 



swell. 
/ Triangle. — Cloudy; W, wind; 
. bar . ■ - temp.. ' 03. Sea 

Btnooth. Spoke \ n toria at 8.80 

p. m. 90 miles off Cape Flattery 

southbound. ' 



expected to be completed within three 
weeks.' 
.The Venture brought n small com- 
at of pasaenpera south, includlncr 
Cap't. J. D. Warren and Mrs. Warren 
who made the r md 'trip. She 
brought news that Fishing • i red" 

well on the- Skeena, N'atin nnd Rivers 
Inlet.. Included .Iin the freight was, a 
shlment of 800 cases of new sal 
from tlv Carlisle cannery; first Of this 
k to bo sapped from the 
north. 



■presentatives of the under- 
writers are waiting advices from Urn- 
don before taking any action with re- 
gard to the repairs. It la antlclpat- 

many- shipping men tria. 
underwrite rs will d*e4de not to 
out the repairs, that they will ulti- 
mately accept the Alaska Steamship 
company's contention that the 5 
tan is a constructive total los- 
abandon the idea of repairing 
handling the vessel back to the own- 
ers. It Is considered more likeh 1 

will sell the wreck as she lies 
and settle ..the Insurance claim. 

The -present underwriters, Lloyds, 
London, face this proposition: There 
■ ut *:'.~000 old Insurance to the 
credit of '.the. Yuca tan w ith the San 
FTanci8co~board o f tinder-writers. This 
uv damage don< two -years ago, 
"ii which bids were called, but I 
pair work- dclrr It did not dc-" 

mand Immediate", attention. ' 

The present Lloyds' underwriters 
were counting on the payriient 6f this 
,$2£0p in the total loss' claims and be- 
ilti' credit tie 
. with this amount .'but the Baa y ra n - 
Cisco board has refua 
themselves to be Included in any total 
toss payments, • holding that ,the'y are 
Hi only foe repair work. If tho 
ship is,, repaired they are Willing to 
make good what the were liable 
"rrndr-r the old specifications, but no 
more, and they will pay for repairs 
unly. „ 

W|th this I2B.000 the underwriters 
can cut -down the bill on the Willa- 
mette Iron & Steel works' bid of **!)?- 
000 for r. 1 i-atan to $54,- 



'"The /"proved • - -which 

yypwii«rtT L wi aei i ■ lap. now finds 

itself in possession of are as follows: 
irty mineral claims (1,500 acres} 
on Qu - ad \ ancouver Island, 

at development shows lO.tlOO.DOO 
if bog iron ore, which Is deliver- 
ed at. the furnace at ., Irondale. for $2 
per ton. Including duty. . 

"Magnetite deposits » on ."Barkley 
. and Pitt Island, British- Co- 
lumbia, showing 5,000,000 tons at :• 
ent stage of deVt trpe cost 

at furnace. ! * *'•" 

"Ashford coai properties, at Astr- 

Plerce Cotlnty, 1,400 -acres under 

99-year, lease, 600 acres under 21-yeaF 

lease. . Experted at S.O.JOOO.OjJO^tons of 

coking coal. 

"Graham Island, British Columbia, 

20,600 acres of coal ld'nas. Experted 

11,000,000 tons of , coking coal. 

a granted to James A. Moore and 

by James A. Moore" - transferred to 

Western Steel Corporation. , 

"Limestone quarry In Skagit "coun-' 



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The Venture will carry excursionists- °9°,, -whicb prherit, esti- 



between Victoria and Peddar bay 

dny and will sail for northern B 
ports tonight 

w. . -p _ ! ... 

Alta Towed Out 

In' tow of the tug Lorrte barkentine 
Alta left port-early this moxulrig on 
JifiLsiii- ■ j '> A ^rfear----J^ 

.The barge WIHlairi' II. Case Recently 
purchased by the <i-P, R. as a collier, 
will arrive here in a few days in tpw 
of the. ttrg Czar with a cargo of coal 
for the company's steamers. 



HUE FARM SOLD 
' 10 EASTERNERS 



in' nunc 1110 • . 

'^^^mmble Acreage - Adjoining 

-City Limits to Be Subdivid- 
ed for Residenti,il Purposes 
r— Purchase Price ,$100,000 



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TIDE TABUE 

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Victoria; Jtnos.-. IbiS 



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D^te.lTlme ritlT-irnc HtlTln no Ht 

' I 



Rod ClifV. 

:: th.l main working 
tunnel s bT a Jfctt <b, uble track has 
driven : dtfcings, th.i past week 4^ 
ie big bore is rjow in 347 feet 
■ ssor works most satis-: 
muckers being hardly.. 
wit h the.ro ck broken down 
shifts' ""' 



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j 6 20, 4.2(1 2 0* b.8|17 05 4. SM '2 ;t JJrl? S.;, 
j'6 Bo 2.8114 I '13 8.9 

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ur shifts are on the 

em- 

' ' - i,: ■'''.-' 

r^" 1 ^' ■ • ported J bat 

I'- 1 -!! and Slid 1*00 feet, down a d« 

SS. The I,,,,!.-.,'™ 

day. u 

pertioiiV 

- ap, ,1 t,, 
h brok 200 

Tcj>i Cf£j ,, Ued; 

artd.byiijulftd to the* 1 the mbtfn- 

•;.- ...,., .;.,-- i: .i ;r fn-fr, . 
" a-.w node? Vf Hi. H*a1 |« 6 

' " ,% • ■ ' ■ lectrto 

...wer sta- 
tin .Sb w u I I'l.rilaiid '■anal 

ro tin 

■ ■. i.ni.-iai-! have 

und m-\ ing eb 

-' "K^ and : "- ■ I awaiting por tldni 

vf the plant, h ivlng had to resort to 

■ n' : 1 1 ■■■ ■■ 1 to star! 

t'i - - •• tfi "i-k h-')-< bi en Gorrtrhenc- 

<d on <•..],, mhin atreet for 'aylng the 
mains fpi thi service « hlch Is 



Air Important, transr. • the local 

it - - . ."- 

realty : market has Just been feoinp] 1 

by r.um in thOj 

oxl- 
matfng JlOO.OOn. Tho plircl 

have bought 
the farm .for. subdivision inn-poses. 
T tie farm compri.- ,s so ma.lilO 

i ntlroly , bared and vin-1 

, .ill Ivat'i.ii It '...-I 1. ,ili, Ins i! . 

city limits at. the ii- being 

.i.-.i in si •■! ions ','■' "'- l * - The 

B Sloping 1,-onanil. 

ing a : . >• w of |he sea and 

as, the property beli 

foi- n ■ s par 

IS within ea.Kv ! all 
of the • ■■ ■ T!». -pi.. ' ' 1 .-v.- pur- 

chasers " they will 

rWfl I""- • ■ - < ual- 

SSj ■.' fated In Oj« eai 1 by Mr ED \i 
rtrm or Messrs, Track- 

I .!■< II, ,t 

i-etariv-il to Sie cltj Kiessrsi r. R. 
Brown', Ltd., wi-i • also ti ; - tal lh 

t'i Ulnfl the -nn. 



tted at $60,000, making a total of 
$114,000 is . luce a„new 

ship. 

ut it Is -not probable that the-un- 
derwriters will this vwork 

themselves, and shipping meii are 
looking for an advertisement shortlv 

■1'iuncing thnt. the w-'reck Is for ■ 
win .... ,| thc 

'ing and ta, atage of the old 

insurance. — ^ .' . 

■ ■ "■. — r-o^ : — !■;")"■ " ' .'• 

S. S. Queen in Port 

Steamer^ Queen, of tho Pacific Coast 
S. 8. Company, arrived at the outer 
wharf early this morning, and will 
relieve the steamer Spokane on the 

1 oftherh exi Q 1 . a - >\ite. 

■ ■ ■. -ho ■ ' — ■ — — 

Piles For Wharf , '. 

The tug CprneP.-i arrived from. 

Eagle harbor" yesterday with two 
8cowloads,of creosoted piles for : the 
Grand Trunk Pacific, dock. The wharf 
'•■rs have beep delayed .owing to 
the non-arrfval of the piles, and work 
win be Lurried to eoctehd pier A to its 
total length. 

— — — — o- — ; : - 

. "• Condor Ib Surveyed 
The London steamer Condor, belong- 

lire! !'. 

which v\ as a ur" \ alpa- 1 

- I Tha \ essel has 
tensive damage to piaUng on the s|ar- 
bnard side and temporary repairs are 
proposed to enable The vessel. to pro- 
ceed back to New York, wrier, 
manent repairs, can- be executed! 



'In the matter of supply'. the corpor- 
ation haa doubly fortified ;. Itself by 
closing an exclusive contract' with. the 
Han-Yeh-Ping iron and. ..Coal Com- 
pany, of Hankow, China, trie only' 
steel producing corporation of 

Empire, which is,. Id >.-l Way, 
a semi -governmental iiistitutiQii. 
"""Under the contract th' oration' 

lmports~TO0,000 tons of pig iron and 
72,000 tons of iron ores from thp Chin- 
eae. ccjnpany every year and, may im- 
port as much more asf it desires, 
Qlauses" in the contract guarantee to 
the. Western Steel Corpora 
exclusive -right to the importation and 
sale of the* Chinese ores and products 
into the United States, British . Co*, 
lumbla and Hawaii. The ore is Of ex- 
ceptionally high -graderan'd when com- 
bined with the British '.Columbia ore 
makes .an ideal steel' combination, al- 
80 rnaterlally reducing the cost of .pro- 
duction. Ores of equal quality laid 
down "at Pittsburg cost more than 36 
the ton. Laid down at Irondale the 
.cost 48-33.85 the ton. 

"There are atr , in operation* 

at Irondale two open-hearth, furnaces 
and a third wJjC.HhortTy 
A plant for the manufacture of. horse 
ant of the kind 
course 
tlon. """' A ~big -tide—land fill- has 4ost 

-t ...of $60,000 
and a o ^liaihearth-" 

are to be erected, as w. 
the rolling mills necessary to handle 
their output. The rolling mills now 
in - operation *are sufficient to handle 
the output of the three furnaces 
available ' 

SEN! SEALSKINS 




EXCURSION 




VANCOUVER 



AND 




• - ACCOJINT 
DOMINION DAY AND INDEPENDENCE DAY 
JULY 1st AND JULY 4th 



Victoria-— Vancouver 
and Return 



CO 1f\ Victoria- 



— Seattle 
eturn 



Vancouver Route — Tickets on s&kr- June. 30th and July 1st. 

Final Return "Limit, July 4th, .1010 
Seattle Route — Tiokets on sale' June 30th to Julyl^th inclusive. 

-.Final Return Limit, July ■ $t\f, 1910'- [ -t. 

,. L. D. CHETHAM; ' 

1 102 jGovernment Street ". "- v. City Pasenger Agent 



GRAND TRUNK 

S.S. "PRINCE RUPERT" 




FOR 



Prince Rupert and Stewart 

Via Vancouver Every Monday at 10 a.m. 




How a "Young ; IV1an Who Gath- 
ered In/Pelts at Kodiak Tried 
to Smuggle Them from Al- 
aska and Lost His Furs 



— — •— — Conhecting-at Prtoce-RtrpertTwrtrr-^ =—. 

QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLAND SERVICE. 



For Seattle Saturdays at Midnight For Seattle 



Returning, leaves Seattle SUNDAYS, 11:45 P. 

Unexcel'ed Service Fast Time 



M. 



Temporary Offices, Dock, Wharf Streets rear of Post Office. 
W . K. DIXPEROWr - * HAROLD BROWtf. 



-rtr-r Agent. 



'Phone 2431. 



Freight Agent. 






Grai?d Trunk System 




Brought Small Price. 

BA>K FRANCESCO, June SO -- The 

-;. -,."..1.. c V -' i '-i "M at 

Luctton today tsQ ; G I 

Rillinga, who owns a large Interest in 
her, 1 "ineiit 1 1 -e liedfi'-id in. She Is an 
old vessel, built 28 years 
has' lieeu lying Idle for the pant two 
yciirB. - Sin- was for >euiM in the 
Coast Lumber trade. 



British ■■Steamer Re-norms I; 
-dale-With Kirst-Full Load pi 
i -'" iofl Fi^From Hankow 
. — Steel Irulust-iy * 



'•' : h a full - WgO of ii - fi .nn 

the Hangyang Mining 1 'om]. m;* d. 

;...! :,t I I I !;.,,, j tht I' 

... - ndala; 

t>roughl .. 'Hie 1. 1 
iron ere and 1,500 tons ol pig 

from the < i'an«tw-/,p Valley P'nl, 

the fli'Mt full uaaafu cuut-lfi-ncd I" the 

Western Steel Cojngany under the 

< ..etrie 1 Hrith tfi" Chinese go 1 

in- -at. ■ ,.- 

'l'be next cargo Of Iron ore and pig 
iron will bo brought to Irondale by the 



A good ftory is going the re 1 
about takan who endeavored- to 

at of six oaf, i 
kins from „>otn 
I g f" Vl< toria 1 e1t« '■■ 
: 1;, 1 -.,;.,. ; sealelcrns 

rjnltpa St 
zens otle-r ihan those 
enough to belong ti ' .company 
which lAisod.. tho rookeries Until thi 
I 'V.' last, in ractyifohe 
,, n>. se an I Indians are 

Spite 1 ,',... ..;|,.; 

I Brr4thO jour- -' , .1' 

.... 1 can sour] - ■)--•■ 
One ef these'rec'eii- [j e 
up' in n manner it Is nol 1 • 
nor wise, in »,- n i • I : t i 1 1 He had the ■ • tl 
skinB I 1 ed ' to him, without fj 

lsh' 61 1 . ii i. ana qksb 

; ,!,r,.. 1, tO i.niid 1 (Ml I ie- pi OpOSl 

,.,.,,, hem Qui of the ■ 

t! 11, happ ' this time to .-•■-• 

ir ex- 
poi-.Luliuu, ■.•-" !'• '- imet l">ra loaded 
.11 the bs me sort of cask Vceprd 
. a.. .ile,i Ms 0"i' ,; 

ifia h, 1 and 01 den a di li-vet : -- ol them to 

fn -,i s, ttli 1 Hi ■ 1 I he thi n 
hired himself to ' irrang-' 

,.,! to Ball lb.- skins in thii 1 >' * d ht a 
transhipped from. Seattle^, , 

The frame of min.<3 6t thi 

1 ,- imagined tt hi a al S< 
,,iil,., six casks "'' genuine - oafish 
v-,-.,,. ,::,:■;■ him lb- kick* '. 
but he couldn't l-;b-k bard I (e bad I •■- 
', . h eri \\ hat I -: rnantfesi 1 alii - 1 I 1 
all right Since then he ha b.-, n im-- 
• ,,,:; 1 tries "i 'i rngahoremgfi i" 



Through its connections reaches all points. In 

Michigan, Ontario, Quehec, New York and South 
and East TbiMCffig^J^iaLAny^ Route 

Solid trtiinfi of wide'l Vestibule Coaches and Pullman Sleepers, Dining 
between "Chicago, London, Toronto,- :.■ - , I'ort- 

lasd-r-Boatdn, Niagara Falls, New York. For full information as to 
fare, etc.,' also for folders and particulars ro' 

GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC POINTS 



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W I-; lU'PF.ROW. 
City Passenger Agent. 



or 



FOR NORTHERN JB. C. PORTS 



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S.S. ST. DENIS 

Calling af i'ella Coola 
On Thursday, July 7th, at ll p.m. 



JOHN 



BARNSLEY, Agent, 534 Yntea Street 



P^one 1926 



N 



WHITE STAR -DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE 

Sailir 

"Mc^antic" 



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Sadings from Montreal fo-r^ Liverpool 

JULY 23 
AUG. 20 

U.87.8 Tons 



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f> ma 



"Laurentic" S ^J 



Triple Screw— 14,892 ton* 



ing leviea '10 i..i!^.-ii. »i - u in ^e k 

bun tor having talked too much whileoy 
at K.Kliitk. ST 



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For berth reservations and further pa rticulars apply to local agents or 



Company'* Office — 619 Second Avenue, Seattle, 



apj 



H. Lark*, Faui. Agent. 



H 




Fridsy, July t, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAH Y COLONIST 



t, ■■ v •• 



PROMOTION EXAMS 

RESUT ANNOUNCED 



Continued Prom Page Two 



Recommended Arthur 

Peter Steele, Johnnie Nott. 



McLaren, 



shew, Gertrude Smlthure«t. 
Ktemler and Willie Stubbs. 
Honor List 



Hilda 



Deportment— EclwardjpJMilton little. 

Punctuality ami ,. regularity — Eatella 
Anderson , ivy GJbson, Bessie Jennings, 
Clarence Johns, Hlytli McllvrluV, fter- 
trade Smitburst, Ralph Smtthurat, Leu 

Proficiency -Edith Harris. 

Dlv/«io|i IN', to Division III.— Ernest 
Adams, Itaael .; Anderson, 
llurrldge, Victor Bishop, Wa 

uey, i.uy i 'iuiii»iirii, David Deacon, 
Nprmajj, Elliott. Oa&$r Cord. Sybil 
Ford, Wilfrid Pawcett, GeorgS „ PoX, 

- < :nn'orii He nder son, EClale Hole. Albert 
I laggard. CISreBcl Johns, KeillWtli 

(.John, Herbert Jeune, .\l\itle Ka mte, 
George i.aiie.Poy Dee, Ruth McLean, 
Addle McGregor, MarKaivt M< Ka-y, 
Uuth McKay, Pertfy BXo.tr, Ethel Pur- 
vis, Katie Penhallurlck, Fred Ra'ine- 
dale, Carrie Smith, Frank Slyer rati, 
tieorge Tll.'uits, Mary Tihlntts, Davis 
Taylor, liana Wendeborn, Robert"WW 6 
deborn. 

Rolls of Honor 

Deportment—George Lane, Robert 
Wendeborn, Lee Poy 
Proflclencj - -s> bij 



Junior 
i lordori 



1 Roll of Honor. 
R egu larity — Aline < irlmaon, 

McDonald, Aubrey"" Roberts. 
Roberts, Howard Hro\vn. 

Proficiencj Winnie Rosa. 

Deportment i-am i Jollins. 

Prom the Third Reader to 
\U . Beatrice McLennan 
vhiiiik, Peroj Allan, Florence Hey- 
hunit, Doris Sutton; Aubrey Roberts, 

Ll/.r.ie . i.Jarrli.ier. Howard Brown, Gi4« 
eon Oerow, Krin Collins, JacK CroW- 

ther. Bella Buwiess, Nora Allan, Ce- 
cil 'Waves. Annie Steven, Stella Brown. 
|,'n,m Third Header tn Junior Kourih 
MantarttJ neader U^ell Tu«jbu», Gordon 
, I e, n ^bwers, Harold T/ut. Jessie Cains and 

"" A I in. i Teat t ie,,n'ali. Doris Oldershatf, 

ll,,r. Steven. Pl0S8i« Nichols, Ed- 



nnmd Ke\, 
Ilibben! 



H. 



Holder, 



irr.v 
Rolls of Honor. 



Tertlua 



PuhctuaTitj R03 
Hole, denrs- Mt C.+r 
bitts, Mary "Tihbins, 
Margaret Burridgi , 

Division V. to 



l-'ord. 
< 'amitbell. 




'Prof|e\eie\\ MBJ Jenkins. 

i ., |, ,i : ment— Annie Pulton 
Regularity land punctuulltj -leash 
smith. Gordon fefowers, Marfarei M.- 

Donald- 

!■■,-,.,,, Second to Third Reader^"? 
May J( hklha, Roberl McBurnte, Jack 
iWnes. Annie Pfffton, Pi tn| 6s llamil- 
ro» Pl.vlli.s smithi Madge Nott, Clara- 
fell-, i r, Joseph Shak"epjfear»r-- Caa ^ 

Jessie Smith, Nellft Can H Bobs, 

ji^ati-jee Steele, Mable iireneu._La^d. i 
Ramea>, Ella Wlikerson. Neva Gouol 

fames, Annie Waldron. Norman- 



Donaldson, Jessie Dorman, Earl Dow-. 
. dall. CVril Godson, Leslie Gordon, 
! Louise Haywajid, Georgina Hodge, 
Luollo Holme* Truesdell Kent, Tom 
Bessie I Kershaw, Beatrice Lamb, Beatrice 
Heorge Liindsberg, Dolly Lang, Phoebe Lay. 
I Llovd Love ridge, Sadie Moore, Hilda 
1'ottlnger, Cora Prescott. Annie Ryan, 
Georgti Sarglson, Emerson Smith. Kl'- 
tle Spalding, James Stewart, Annie 
Stout, Willie WalliS, Inez Bueknam, 
Violet Cole, George (alder, Isabel El 1 
liott, Margaret Eastman, Nellie Gon- 
cher, Percy Holland, Arthur Irvine, 
KK-unor McLennan, Thomas Macabe, 
Harold Minckler, Jeanette Ross, Thos. 
Rickinson, Gerald Riddel!. Ella- -Psai 1 , 
'Fred Shandley. Charlie Spalding, Jes- 
sie Wihterburn: '• " > 

From Div. VIII. to Div. VII.— Willie 
Clemo. Eric Sampson, Mildred Krarnp- 

ton, Howard Graham, 'Gordon r t3ra- 
hum, Robert Grelg, Margaret Heaney, 
Constance Heyland, Godfrey Hlrsi. 
Annie Inula, Julia '"Kent, Ronald Mel- 
ville, purnaJ Morley, Horace Shand- 
ley, Wallace Ward, May Tri|ip. Lloyd 
Spencer, Beatrice Kamshaw, Prank 
Tnson. Prank Hunter',' Chrlssy Tom- 

pie, Alice Uanns. Hwry SVoollSon; 
jasp.r Grahami Emma Nichols,. Ethel 
Peterson; Olhe Wliby, Harry Jamie 
son, Margaret Cameron, Eva. Aitken, 
Roberl Marwlck, Ben Cawley, Jennie 
Babb, N'alma Greenwood. Hattle 
Briy Met 'onnell. Jack Thoinii- 
son, Dorothy Kinney, Triasle Hunt, 
t'onatantine Chungrahes, Harry Tur- 
ner. 

Honor Ro 



= V7 ' VTw E-R fca dor 



K,>nned\ 

I 'lv taty.. 

M u |y, i, Mayes, Ethel M-i 

DWIsi v. -Grace! !' ^^ ^ V> " ' 



ntC 
Trrrr 



• The 1 

follows: 



- roil.--, i>i eTen 




Balrd, Ethel Burton, Howard -.J3y_nne. 
I. nke Chan, Robert Cummins, Waller 

iieaviiu, I'l.ui.ie baly, Dan -Dickinson, 
j t'orothj i KlSIngSamj 3 Eehrj Gi l«ft A 

thur Hole, ( 'lai. i Humber Earl Ceding- MnTlcle ' \\ rick 

'• A1,,v,i J - U '- i.ewis- 



\l- l c n,..lre Ba-Arm- 

D ■■: ■■ ■ •! Mi U nnan^Charlea 

Tolputt, Rober.tt.fLee, Georglna -torkle 

and Leslie Jon. - oil) Desmond 

Colilns. Earle KutVedge, Philip- Rife. 



bam, Wilfrid Ledlngham 
ney, AJma McDonald, Jack .McGregor, 
Harold Mcllorlde, Alma McLaren. Mar- 
y rTSTSreEeSn, Lawrence Meikley.Geo. 
Martin, Sydnej Morton, fttwwon N'or- 
rish, Jamesjgjjg.t, Helen Eott«*gw=,- 
iiatiie R ea avAl ma Setterrngton; Ray 
Simons, Barbara Sinclair, Lillie Sme- 
t hurst, Wende Tolmle. Dofis WatSOBT 



Joe Wilson. 

Honor Rolls 

Profi< lem | !Iara Hum bg jr ; 

Depoivtmenl uoris ^vyatson. 

Regularlti afrd punctuality-— Arthur 
Hale, Alfred Luney. Henry Crlce, Har- 
old Mi llonde. Lillie Soiethurst, Bar- 
bara Si n clair . 

ri.miotit-.ns^from Division VI. to 



niioii..,.- £rQm.__D,ivisjon \'I. 
don \\~- Gladys Johns, Vc; . 



Smith. Muriel Tolpv.lt, \\ c 
•. ...u.-Aikman, ^lojLtgjth M 
en, Constance Aikman, Krederick 

Pophnm. 

Roll of Honor. ■ 



■J* 



Division Vv— Gladys Johns. Vc-ra Basso, 
Elsia Hale, Temmaru Nagano. Ilen.nie 
Nickells, I'.oy- Kinsman, Archie 
Eachern. Mai Purdey, Gertrude Bos- . 
utow, Clifford Bunegar, Jaclt Barnsley. .Mable 
^Willie Bark er, Kennei u Kirby , Elaie " 
i aylqr, C harjes Stewaft; ^~R I 
Robilliard, Earl ■ Irvine. Lorhe 
id. ft'l'iim Smith, .John • Cttm- 

mings,' VGertrude Bromley, ' 

Culton, Gladys Br|nkman. George Mal- 

oim, Claude Campbell, Hartrtd Gra> 



I'roficiemv— Mai j.,rle "Mayes. 
Deportment -Maude McLaren. 
R, r iit : rr Uv. an d , punctuality— Geor- 

aina Crokle. ' - ui.i'" 7 

Hlvisioi, V.. Second i'rmi, r to^Tirst 

, r.-^Roxey Dimneite, Dorothy Pel- 

... ;, Ste phens i^pial) Liz- 

-inah. Harry Smith. WW 
Sutton. Samuel Wakiron anA^WHlM 
Redding le.p.iah. Owe» J^es Edward 
McDonald. Ethel Painter and \W.Mci 
Holder and Milton Aikman <ea.ual>. 
Oliver Clunk; Pearl Laxt.-n, Gertrude 



Division II. 

i >• 'i uncut — Annie Snn 

, Regularity and punctuality — Ella 

Jackson, Marjople Spalding, Georgo 

Miles. • _ 

Division III. 

Proflctenoy wittS 

l>eportment^N T orma Clark. 
I ( e gularlty and pum»tua4 

w.i;i ■• 



— Division IV. 



of Honor 
-Gladys Johns. 



■ l "s!"'.m«l'. Primer to E:: ief-Erna 

I, ..en/.. Beafrlce Stephens. Lorna 
Beatrice McDonald, Harr> < 
Walker. Calvert Richards. Lizzie . T»rn- 
l.ull Oliver Sommerville. t harles \\ n- 
Son, Sarlea Bn*U-h« WllHam^ &m 
Dorothy Christopher, Lillian Bower.s, 



I 



Division VJ-, 



y 



,. Norman Bent. Thac?keray PlOWS/Ai- 
bert .Ramsddfv.-. Andrew Niclson, Marie 
GQ8S, l-'nu.k Garland, Alma Burns. 
Gee Chong. Stnnle.y Hal l. - Stan I "r 
Price, George Harris. WTOle" \\ a 1 tori.'' 
Henry Basso,. Alberta ' Smetliurst, 
mes Stewart, Hoy Chin, Wam-n 
'Martin. 

. Rolls 

Proficiency 

! i. ,.,o : Taylor. 

Punctuality, and regularity — Alberta 
SStc-Uiurst. Ai. bis Mai I . ■■ ■•- * 

motions from Div. VI. to 
v. -George Ablett, Hazel Band. I 
Balcom. Margery Beckwith, Sterling 
r.eek,. Loyal Bucey, Mary Burhctt. 
Wai Chow, Gladys ChXyards. .1 
Clayton, Catherine -Cummins. William 
Daly, Ernest. Downie, Elsfe Of( 
William Harris,-. Alfred. Har/i|, JGwen- 
Hole. Graham Huglie-s, E|[een 
J ,;ine, Quan. L«e,~iDordthy 

Lit! tld L> ons. Hedlej M 

D gall, .Margiieriti Ma Eachern, Ah - 
i.le MacKay, Guy Martin, Eliza Mills, 
thleen Palmer. Viola Pettman. Na - 
i. mi Plows, William Sheret, Ediw 
Smith. Rose Taddie.- SteAVart Taylor. 
Carolyn Tolmii lM Turner. Sara 

\ • rg« i ie Walker. Helen- Wilson. 
Honor Rolls 

ortment — Viola Penman., Rose- 
T , Imie. Wai Chow.' 

I-, B Wennk Hole, -^ . — = 

Regularity and punctuality .— Mar- 
".' guerlte MacEachern, Ethel Bettt, cath- 
rrlne 'Cummins. Williatu Hurls. Al- 
fred Harris. William Sheret, Albert 
Hilton.. _ — 

Promotions from Div. VIII 1 Dlv t 
\ If. -Irvine Blythe, Adeline Bond. 
' Jean Burrldge, Charle n, I'al- 

coOer <ampbell. Elizabeth Crooks, 
Florence' Cole, Ralph Dlnsley. Mar- 
garet Dangeirfleld, Elsie Gobs, Ernest 
Hall. Kathleen Henderson. Elizabeth 
HJtChln, Herbert Kaiser,. Itudyard 
Kipling, Winnlfred Knapton. Gertrude 
Leigh, Faith Ledlngham, Ble 
Low'ry. James McEwan. Jean MclCwan. 
chas." " ' or, Elsie McHardy, Elsie 

C. \enden. Nairj),„„Xlaxton, .Harold 
Purdey, DaVrel Palmer.' -Robert P 
crew, Frank Setterihgton, John • Sld-« 
Weft. Gordon Stewart. Annie TibHi'tts. 



Jack Mitchell. JK 
Rolls of Honor, 

• Pjcofl lc.es— Erne Louise Lor enz. 

. ,,-tment -.-. .iK'.'V *r>""^ti*7~- 
, ularlty and- puncturflity— Beatrice 

.McDonald. Ll'ilian V. Bowers. 

First Primer to Second /Prlmei — 

Edna Oldershavv,, Grace R^hardson; 

.Vhtte Lawr'.e, Marjorie t 
\ "i ,,let Bardtner,, 

KennMlV "Cains. Winnie- 



J* 

i.e. 

.olby, Sarah 

Bessie Ptancit 

Targett," Wil- 

^i'Son'Tn.. Kir,- i 

rfhd-Rita, A H.m, Gladys W^'^Sf, 



gar Wade, Stars 
Helen Richards. 



i LV '.: Daisy 
Rex Steele, 
of Honor. 



FoUiutl. 



Profleieney — Douglas Drury. 
Dep"orfment— -Hazel Cole. ■ 

. ularity and punctuality Annie- 
Banner, Marie. Clark, Kenneth Mc- 
Lean and James. Woolispn. 
Division V . 

Proficiency— Margaret Anderson. 

' Deportment— John W,.o gtonr— 

Puuciuality and regularity — LOuls 
Gosse, Thelma Tees,' 'AOa'Gawley, El- 
la Fraser, Hihef Jones. 
Division VI. 
\ Proflciency-I-Marguerlte Curtis., 
■\ Deportment — Louise Eastman. 
\Punctuallty and^xfigularity— Dorothy 
•Banper, Erm-.-i Greenwood, Myrtle 
Irving and Percy Plimley. " 
Division VII. ■ 

Itonciency— .Beth Simpson. -> 
fJejiortmeiit — Florence Reason. 
Regularity and" punctuality — Julia : 
Imui, Ettie Spardlng and Jessie Doi;-"T 
man. * ; 

•^ Division VIII. -. 

Proficiency — Herbert W'illiam..Da\e;. 
-\ Deportment— May Martha Trlpp. 

Regularity and' punctuality— Arthur 
Stanley Irvine, Violet Cole, Denis; 
Vasllatos, Harry -Waell««««. Harold 
Minckler, Stanley Miles and Arthur 
"Holland. . '.. • 




nflnortment— Edgar Wade. ■ . , 
,St?-^.iM>am-MncdonKl.l. 

iciency— Rita Allen. 



SOUTH PARK 



J. Lr Pollock/ Principal, y 
The promotion list. was a» f ' ,,1 . ( ;^ 

,.- Lind- 



n.li-ofd'Benilro'dt. Elmore C Elllian 



Smiliie,-G enrgft TriPP, 



Robert Wat son. 

Harry Johnston.' ^ed W"***™" 
Clark. Mildred . Cutbbert. Bdith^ ffl* 
wards. Norab Wfda, .-Nellie 

-coner. Greta Greeawobd, Db»»»^«f' 

VTier Leigh. Helen Molina. Tie. Willie 



SPRING RIDGE 

1- ■ .'_'■' , 

Miss, Russell, Principal 

The following are *he promotion ■ 
honor lists: . S 

1- "Irst^ to Second Primer.^Edw., 
.William Bassett, Hazel Florence, Witt> . 
Annie :Hardy..„^A?fred Clark, \Valt.er ■ 
Seymour Howard, David Leslie Bark 
Gladys Ma v Barker, Lauretta Muriel 
rwla[ Hilda Jean Blythe, jp.orothy j 
Alice Blythe, Thomas Bevilockway, 
Roy Alfred Cl<!:mett. Frank Drysdale, 
Helen buckworth, George Maurice i 
Gardner, Martha Candy, Violet Leon- j 
ora McCann. Leonard TSleu Oliver,], 
Maurice ' Patridge Smith, Frank 
Stephenson, Laura Mary White. 
Rolls of Honor 

Proficiency — Edward William B'as-- 

■ sett. -~n7~ 

pgpnrt mftnt ^Roy^ Alf red Clcmelt. 
actuaUty.-alja^ Jeirhlttrlty— l< - rank 
Drysdale,' David Leslie Barker, Albert 
Edward Webei. 

Prlmer-iL-to Readje/ I 

tella Janes, 



Albert Leign._neie n ■>" -<'J"' ■ ■- - . »tel a Janes, wauer 

Smllb'. Km ., Annir ' ^-urtui /R^dxers Buckett. I 

.Marie «'lark. 'Douglas Drurx. l-u«)« : . V€Ta .,..OTiver, Kenneth 



Doris Vaughau^Ada Verge. May Wa1- 
W Blkerf'tEthel 'Wilson. Ar- 
thur AV-ortb. i Vule. . 
Rolls of Honor 

ifldenc: rd Kipling. , 

■Deportment— Darrel Palmer.' ^ 

PgulaHty and punctuality ,-\Vinni- £{!?' 
tr'ed Knapton'' and Florence 
m cited from Dl t$K. o, 
luotcf from Div. I\ t-> Div. 
\|[[ '.'! i!. Burton. 

i ;■ n Fawcett, Violet 

Freeman, David Gr&enlaw, |n "- ; 

in, Jack Hill, u . ey, jBeJia 

1 1 •■ i her;' Gladys • Gordop Harris, 

-Roberta Johns, ETnest Knapstor. 
win i, ! Luney* Rich- 

ard LCwIs. Tom Lltcblleld, Margaret 
posit, i larlle Pearson, Jack Speck 



il Frampton,. Bqf ^ehJe JepaeS 

. tn-.MacLearl. Ma> ■ M.-Lachlan. 
Ha/el Mc.-r.nnHl. Williameana Stout. 

From division HI- to division IT— -C • 

^Uexander. Ethel Bannw, Dagmar Ben- 

,1,-o'dt. NhmiiH'- .eron, 

Kord. Casey, Hugh" .-ampbell. Thelm.a 

i--avin. Grace Crapper, Hazel « ok>. 

Arthur Cuthl.ert. Dorothy Davis, .rank 

Gold. Dono Heyland. Volney Irving. 

•hews. Ricliitrtl— Nicholles, 

: therlne Jackson, Philip Langton., 

■ t. ;, t . u , ,■ ,sB, Herbert 

Steenson. Margaret Wood, Ethel Wllbj 

Emilv Viinn?, Alfred Young, I 

Hey, Lillian Stewart, Dorothy 
,. Pownall Walls. Florence Web.- 

i:n,d Heinekey; Mai. oney, 

^ilmsbutst, Margarel; Anderson,. 

Marjorie -Hirst. ! 

>m mended— Arthur Godson,' Olive. 

nshaW. 

From division.. IV. to division HI.— 

Tom Anders-'m, ^Marguerite tiurtis, 

'Ernest Qrcehwoo d; Eddie Kerah*w> 

. Mai t^Uarri- 

Tui ni VVagher 

Babr, Mora LiewlBf faabel-Clack; w.n. 
j m Jackson, In ne 1 1 awson, 
Miir, Holmes. Charles Klnm R 

IAtiii. Gordon Marwick, Ru- E 

liH-k, Leslj.. -Wlll.-y; ■; Lillie Williams, 
Boiston, . Louts t'umine. Ella 
fraser, Vina Glvena, Lawrence .Grant; 
.-■ Jones. Rene Owen. A lull Roberts 
Fred - . io|e| Fowk. s- Ada Gaw- 

l'ey, I^ouis <,*irose. fl.-i7el Harlow. 
rhelma Lees. 



- Mabel Eatea. 

, njolfson, 

nhy Wilkinson, 



Easton, Gyrfl 






Vera Oliver, Kenneth 
Gay, Bertie Witty. Alma J.fi.une, Hazel! 
'JewelL Llo ! <■■■■ Mona J.ev • 

Roy, Grace Roid, .Hazel ism 
Willie 'Robinson, Thelma Marsh, Flor- 
ence Young, Alfred' Bossi, Lily Ander- 
son, Ethel Brown, Nellie Jackson, Wil- 

. liolman, 'Doris Stevens, i 
JJrown, Lambert Alcmeder, Jimmy 
Henskl. Rita ttateh, Pearl furry. Wil- 
lie Smith. Clapa Simpson. Gladys 
Byrne, Elsie GunS. , . - 

Rolls of Honor - , 

Proficiency — Mabel W. Estes. 
Deportment— Haze! E. Jewell. 
Regularity — William J. Holman, 
fafa ErTnaVvvn, Stella M. Jane s, Alfred 

' ier II— Robt. 
idden, Willie Turpel, Eric J 
Car?lnan Bnsjon,, Ruby Pusev. ' Hazel 
Brown, May Dee,- Edmond - Doyen, 
Hannah Drysdale. Leonard Griffiths, 
llin . ■ r, Leonard Grange. Myi 

i .rence Jenkln, Verhica Kii I, 
Tom Kid, 1,11, ' 'rimi I -V Stt< ur. Olive 

pi ciitton Marsh, Gladys Ridout,] 

Ernest Ridout, James Rendidl, Roy! 

RObil ' rge Sber\v I. M • 

,tt, VictoV Simpson, Regg ■ Stevi ' 
Aldy£h-Wa4te' Han Wil.sjun. '• 
Rolls of Honor 

Deportthent — Mary Weber. ■' \ 

and regularity— Ruby 



We have horses of all classes for sale and are ready at 
all times to exhibit such to intending purchasers. It will 

pay vou to see us before purchasing. 



Punct 



/allty 






Stanley' Wood. Jack \x-.\V 

■...; , ■ ,. \ !lit.e.' 

Honor Rolls 
Proficiency— Ernest- Knaplon. 
Dcportmr-nt- Kathleen H 
floii h trrla, 

Regularity v and punctuallty- 
tfai in..^ Gonnason. - • - 

VICTORIA WEST 



H. M. SalUway, Principal. 

ia in'tifder Of me.rit 
'Bre ...U-.tuiied below: 

! ■ hior IV. to entrance i lass— .Win- 
nie ■ ButtOhl^^Bherring s^nnfn ervl lle. 
Ruth callfsi' 

lug Helen Mel • 

! i.outS 

i ■ i -. 

' .- ■ WAlkei 'vi- 
... ; lordon < 

;. ■ ■ i i , ■ 

Goi dotl M itchell. 
Rol 



Pogn,' Annie 

,.(... Eva 
James : 



Michel, 



-if Honor. 



1 






W i . i . , < " ' l 

Mid!.. -I! 

[Teh; 

tp ' e..|.,l i v 

i:,,. ; . H-*-*'i i ' ri nklnaon, 

, . .- .... ■ \.!fc 

, rts, Loulsi i.' ■ 1 ' '■ ■ Lc 

i . i n,, -a ess, Georjp Allah; B. i t'-lj^ 
Stewart, Jun • ' r, llloe 

Palntj ;. Klt'ord .\b K< 11 



Winterbnrn 
- From div is i o n V. to division IV 

V:ii*-tnm- Bend-r.wlt. Roy v 4 n Verne 

dii worth. Hanna? Alt 

"■: MdMillah, Ed ha 

■rv Piimiev. Cyril Pirn- 

t.'hi rtoi\ lands. Lillian piiim/ps; 

Andrew Smillie. , Marjorie Tavl 
Temple.. Whitfor.l \ 
Crjlfler. May Avery, 
I Murray; WillYed 

Spars othj 

dington, 

P..) lock. 

■ .erle'd Burn 
BUrtOn, Job... Moffat. I nTord' 

Russelt Case, l : :. Manwrd ■inter 

i''i-u...uiiv. vr td 

Ralph CHarke," 

-shank,- : ' Dowalall 

■ I I i. hPTamptoi 
Graham, Arthur' qreensh i \ . M 
Irving, Lort, 

Le.tt.i ■ ■. i|, 

Ranns-, -«yhyi 

GI 

rile Johns: ] . |,, r . 




lor, Tom 
Chrissie 

Reginald 
Nlcivols. i hkrles 
Watson. ,Jaok- \\ 
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,,.dv. Mlldfi ' rence BalB- 
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Drummocul Pike, James Henry Buck- 

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..«*.tifcge, Edwin Newman. I 
, I • en, Clifford Retioi, 



Cabs 



Do vou know That our Glass Front -Carriages are at your disposal at the fnllowinp: 
charges— Four Persons, single hour, $2.00 ; Four Persons, an hour and^a half, or 
.pver, at per hour, $1.50. In four hours a party of four can see "the principal points of .lnteresttm 

'h<: City of Victona for the moderate charge of $6.00. -, -^j/^—- ' , . - 

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gT*f vou -xvi-srtr. we can furnish * Victoria, jit per hour, $2.00; single'hour, $2.50. 
These &btelt§ a^c^jm^ythr^^ftk^ and are most^uitableif or- ladies [ 

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KINGSTON STREET 



Mi«« Lawson Principal. 
ThV pronation list" from the jun, or I 
Jntermed' allows in ,o. 

• -Roland E Legg, Clarence 
ii.rioe. Harry Oppaa, 
Itfft-vey. \ 

Utdona M.-DonifW, GeOi 

A on 1 Victor.. ! I • I Hot i 

C ; 1 baurs Rudgj 

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Dorcas 



Laura Lees i 
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> n-jy, ,. ■• a . Km, Kenn 1 li 
I 1 ■ wiir.i.i Hkrl 

ift Jolland, i: Bmei >. PeflfrTi 
itaoh, M 

• Mo. ■.• -^ BOH, Th'ebc I 

. vrrjafrert BaWWin, ' b-rii^ I 
Hodder, Rohext Muni-. Melrba Rott-4 
Moffati 1 Hk\ "i ponaldi 

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,\ -pedal prlz< ;o Begied b. it J,, I ( 
Drury to the brjghtesi "sclmlar In the.! 
Continued op Page* Eighteen ' 



then go on your way rejoicing. If we cannot attend to your ^ order, we wijl tell you and thustavoid 
suspense. - " . - ■ ■* , — . 

Express and General Dray age 1^^;::^ 

Delivery Wagons. For the use of one of these we make a charge of— Per' Hour, $1 .00. 

.« • _., Rcttex\Sinele or (L^uMeTrarjsj^hnot be found on the Pacific Coast. Single 

Livery 



Horse ,tici t ran— Morning, $2.50; Attern6on, $3.00. 

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mrii 'm uv arc P re P al "? d fo <;u -PP 1 y tc;in ^ tnr Half a Da V at $5-oo, excepting Saturday, 
C3ITIS Sunday and Holidays, when the charge will behalf a day, $7-50>- F° r W n g 
distances, the office will furnish .particulars. 



riinnitiiP/> Triipl/C Furniture moving' is an important undertaking. 

F UrilllUrC I I UIKS Wc have.men who do -nothing 'cl«- Our charges 

- are— By the hour, $1.50. With an extra nian .to^he-lptthe charge will txi . increased to $2.00 per [J 

hour. - ' :.': " . "-. •' •"' • . ■.■■.■• '■' 

^^JwJmmwmJ* ^nH rvnuocc In this department prompt delivcFv r< the 

ayyayC anil H.Xpit:&3 important factor If- ; you are catc:hm R a 

steamer or train vou like to know that^your luggage or packages will be at the wharf or station tin 
g 0XK j time ■■■ depart with vou. What is more annoying than searching., for ynnr belongings a 
niMiute^eforeyOUrsteameVsailsorynur.trainpnllsout? This is, nii^tt^oiit claim checks. Our 
-Sa-rivi-r. check vour .baggage at-youi" reside nrr *V. m {.resent the ...claim check to the baggage 

'-ct— he then dtSSS von the rattvv-aWr steamer check, and that ^'6u . 

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O O^l X tl vfa $25.00. 1 )ur objec-tjs to please our paflrdns! \\^-^r-e-res,pdnsible to them 
l-j^gE^fe^bg^S.i^fe' done to furniture or goocrs. Our drivcrls, we believe/ are civil and careful, 
and seldom kn< -mi 1 l;.1v overcharge. H by any chance a mistak(i,occurs,:come to the office &r no- 
,,.v aj at once. In other words, givcus an opportunitv to put r -lit anything that displeases^on. 



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. Friday, July 1, 1910. 




JULY 

WHITEWEAR 

SALE 

- White Underskirts 

Regular price D&c for .'. . . 36o. 

Regular prltfe 7*0 for.. .500 

Regular price $1 for. ....... .75<s 

Night Gowns 

Rpi;ular price 75c for ....... 50c 

Regular pi lea $1 "for 75 ° 

■Regular price $160 for 81.3.) 

Drawers 

Regular price -S0«rHKF, ...... .aoc 

Regular price "■ for.. .40c. 

Regular, price ~7oc~ for . .60c 

Corset Covers 

Regular pr-ftse '-'-"c for. .»...:■. 20c 
Regular prieia Bi8e for 35c 

Regular p'rij-i '. for 55c" 

Ri g ii fan. price *;*>c for. ...... 60c 

Regular price %\ for ...65c 

Regular price $1.25 for. ... ■ 95o 



BARRY HAS SAILED 
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British Sculler Off to Zambesi 
Where In August He Meets 

- Arnst for the World's Cham- 
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Patterns ai. >n Journals 

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. jBrhairt Hariy. the KriKii.sli champion 
Boiillei who i- I- bow Richard Arnst on. 

tlit- Ziiniliesi, in .Smith Alnoa III Augual. 

is r< parted la e - aHeint trim an.i rajs - 

l, ls !u:-,| ill., »eU;llT Is HOW , 161.V4 

puiiinis.'-. He.' has aaUad for the scene of 
tin- struggle. ' 

Hlfl count ryiu-.'u expect, liini to bring 
back tho champioi htp bul erttloi,.: 
Arnst at v ' <■'• ■ ' the best 

illei fcfeotralla avai produced — and 
U uu\-d, out more Uum-her share 
• <d ottbht He la very strong anil 
Wontlerfully_acti\e ni'liis hoat^ nial .skil- 
ful withal, and., the « ■ ' ••■' ' • ,,,s 
,.|,|,,in ■ • .,'. -u-s -wlKit manner of man 

B6rr5 will have, had a (on) 
apparently careful preparation,' m-i he 
has .proved himsrlf a good sculler, ~no 
doubt— above ' th6' ordinary — but Arnst 
is an- extr aordinary p«reman, as aj 
who has i ;■'. ' 6 Dfl Win know . 
will have no trouble, a n to b 

opinions, in disposing of Harry. It Is 
to The ' hgft ed that ire~ttr 

■this < ' .im- 

ported he will, and have a crack at 
Eddie Durnan as Eddie it seems Sea ex- 
. i . . it ■■• 'i then 

. ill see' fi>r ourselves the man of 
who-- , i e heard' so much 



o'clock this evening. Keith McCrae,- 
the driver, was alga badly injured. 
Miss Robertson was convalescing af- 
ter an attack of typhoid fajfer, and 
Mtefc Perkins, who was"- her . cpualn, 
had been nursing her throughout her. 
illness. They were out for a breath 
of fresh air on the mountain. Whjlw- 
descendlng the Strongman mountain- 
road which Is u steep grade, McCrae 
evidently lost control of the ear unci 
ran to "the edge of the road Ho- 
struck and tore up a portion Of the 
fence, and the car we-nt over, tho em- 
'bankment. falling to the r.-ad below.' 
a distance of thirty feet. 

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COUNCIL OF WOMEN 

National Body at Halifax—Several 
Resolutions Vp.-far Considera- 
" tion. 



tinue at -work on the 0Uicelled limit, helps to beur its share of tile burden 
undertaking to Indemnify them i» case of government as well us airing to 
Of p/osecution by the provincial '■the prosperity Of the company. 
authorities. Some of the men have But In the iCasi Or In tho United States 



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is another eompany carrying on a slml 
i;ir business. They are probably aUlp' 
t.. ge( cheaper tebpr and material, ami 

B-hip In lei-, in < "iiineUtliui with l.OCftl 

-£. i firniM without paying anything to the 

Premier Whitnays Daughter Dead j ,.,. v( . m „. s ,,r the province whatever. Can 

TORONTO, June 30.— Mtirlcl-l^rt | ; ,,ivon- say th:ii is fair? 1 consider 

Thompson, eldest daughter P* l'remier ti,m they Should &\ least pay '!■■>, 



<juit work in consequence of tho pro- 
vincial officers telling then) that thoy 
would otherwise lie arrested. 



Whitney, 



died today, 
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IIAKlKAX. June 30.— TIP' National 
Council uf Womap tit Canada,^ which 
has been engaged in eonffiilftSe work 
all dav, 'Was entertained at govern- 
ment house tonight, when Mjs. Fras- 

ei gave a brilliant reception, 

ABsistisg in reqeiving the guests' 
waa Mrs. Wllsen, of Guelph. The 
mayoi oi iia|iiax extended ffn official 

W.h'MUir 

Among tiie resolutlo na to be adopt* 

, ,1 will lie "lie n-roiiuneHdinK that the 

earnings of , men undergplng long 

terms Of imprisonment he drwoted to 
the SUPport "I ''their Hives and chil- 

aj . , . and that there be more rig^p- 
.nis enioreeiucxit of Immigration i«S- 
[slation Another resolution condemns 
t ha~ "tyoatlng" aiystenK A r esolut ion 
,. n ' the oi di r paper Is "that the tta1 
Idnal count H oi h omen, of Ca 
herei.;. place Itself on, -record Li 
of ti ■ eafranchisament of women." 

4^- Aeroplane in. war 



Maine Republican" NomTnation 
PORTLAND, Maine. June W. ■■- Ash.-r 

c. Hands, parliamentarian ot CpdgrecSi 
was nominated to succeed Congress- 
man Amos Allen for the First Maine 
district by the Republicans today. The 
nomination was made by acclamation. 

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. Ex-Pre«ident Visits President 
NAHANT, Mass., June. 30. ' '"lom 1 
Theodore Roosevelt and Senator lleni'. 
Caliot Lodge, who Is Die' host of tie- 
forms? I 'residej.it, left the Senator's 
residence at tiM o'clock this after* 
neon for thii Heveriy home of President 

'l.alt. The two made the Journey in 
an automobile and were, unacOOm- 
[iii. Died. '■"/ : 

TO MEET PREMIER 



and i told, a delega- 

nii me yesterday that 



reffiStration fees 
tion that waited 

.he SJSt wniild corne into f'urec'oM July 3 
as' It v\.is Inieniled that it should 

"Anoihei lliliiK to Be looked at Is 
tliis. Suppose some trouhle arises be- ' 
tween a local mercantile house add one 

of theae -niTslders, and the iocal,.com- 
panv wants to sue, is it fair thai they 
shojjld b.e compelled to fto to the trou- 
hle I expense of K'oin^ outside the 

province to do BO. Cf they have any 
trouble w iih a local Arm they can sue 
right her,,., :,n. I il B company is regis- 
tered here iinv can be sued thrqtfgh 
, i,. ,, agent, in fact I he whole object 
i, to give our local firms that protec 
lion to which we consider they 'are 
fairly entitled'' 

Cl . ■ 

Mr. Borden Goes East 

Ottawa, .iiin |0. EL L. Horden 
leaves Mraorrow for Nova Scotia, 
••where he will spend se v e ral weeks, 

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Glenn H. Curtis Experiments With 
Dropping of Missiles on Imita- 
tion Dreadnought. ' 



1 1 A ,M M i I N DSPORT. JSC 3E .JW» !\ 
Eddie is a good one. as his .victory overr-.^. G j t:inn ti curtlss has Uogun .« .- ties 

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♦ Real Estate and Stock Brokers. 




Wanted 



Offices in Vancouver., Victor- 

fa, r rJ ucw Rupert -arid Stewart. 

Only ilr'st-claBS stocks— ' oral t 

in, " - • ' 

Good lotion Stewart Ave. Our 
price $3,000, on reasohaole terms. 

Victoria Office, with Fieming & 
Dowsweil,. 6M View St. 

'-.•'Telep'h&ie' 2307. Reference, 
Bank of -No^a ygcotla, Vanccuj-; 
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that" other " ex-A««4raliaix. Tom hulli- 

van, 80me | ti' 'auwed,. but he is 

hardly bif? and strong enough to cope 

With a man like Arnst who has—that 

very d esirabl e quality in addition to his 

llanlan in the V I 

"way '!, 

■'in. rowing, it t'le skill be .e.itial or near 

.it. By the you ever n< 

the- line- lot of' sullers Australia h«ft 

produced In the. past ; of them' 

Were not. '\>'<ry pu'werful either," but Uiey 

could all ro\y fast. .'Their style must 

be a good one. Look at George Toinsj 

Searle and Kemp— everyone of tlu m 

Jess thaxf lti', pounds.. That style, 

coupled Hrtth the bra/wn, evidently 

makes Arrest the superior man' he is. _ 

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FOOTBALL FETE IN 

SIDNEY AUSTRALIA 



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Delegations to Press. Petition 
That Companies' Act Be Not 
^nf o rood = MtCTey "-.6'eng j 1 1 1 



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Interviewed 



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AUTO FATALITY* 

Young Woman Killed and Two Occu- 
pants of Car Injured at Ham- 
iltorv'. 



as a carrier of 'mlsslle.s in v. 

• •-. the water of the lake a large 
target has . been prepared resembling 
la outline the ri>-rk V-of- — a__mojdern 
Dpfla flnotiyJu. Plying above : tin 
us- altitudes and at dm- 
speeds Curtiss will attetniit to "hit this 
by dropping- weights corre- 
spondln.. nibs. The - -. | •• rinvents- -. 

under the. supervision, of Rear- 
Admlral Klnball, U. S. N., retired. 

In the=-ftrst' test, which was made 
yesterday, Curtlss made one trial ' 
Hying at a height of 150 feet. Ills 
missile fell about ten feet from thi 
starboard side of the ta; urther 

.-. ■ re cut short by' "thc»-x- 
l»08^nTh*g" Of a propetler blade. The 



_ /iew will on *Mpnday or 
lay next be granti-d by" Premier 



■ ucral, etc., dut 

ition of his < ■ , Hon 

Mr. Bowser) to the Victoria delegation 



'A June .20.— -No 

has^ever been 

la" now . taking 

r 

in this state. Hero are represen- 
tative KuKiishmea,— • Hev r" Saea landera, 
Maorllandera, vVrrierlcans and An 

■ ' engaged ■■'■in— J'JMJDP RughY 
football.", "anfljiever. has Austi 
.ball nxovod I 'Sful. The Maori 

i.\e\- Zealand native*) showed their 
better gh defeating 

Uaaerioan university team ; by .23 
points to :i. the biggest defeat the 
yet Known on the tour. A few days 



-— ulenn il Curtlss nas lajgura « seems , ri, ., „i„_ yet Known on uiu mur, ^ '■" -kint 4 ^ • . — - . ■■ ■ ■ — * 

SrXS . a to determine Tuesday next ie granted by- 1 rent ,r ^ Ami . ri ,,u,.s. ran the Maoris to a 't f , « ,". > i ' » ' "J * ' ^— 

of tbeaeroplan,. ^;^u : - -.so -^ ^ idently comd not — ■ . 



to the \ .ctorla delegation ^ ftJ U|eir rare victorl 

which Bet ti of prosecu- . . n z .,,i vld and -there is -gre 
ertuirr-craus.es pf the new ,._,,.. .,-,„. N1 .. ir(> W11s ,,' noI nt - 



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HAMILTON. Ont.. June 30— / 
Susan hi Perkins, a trained nurse of 
on, Ont.. was instantly killcV, 
■ and -Miss Dorothy Robertson,. the «7Z» 
-yea*-ol.d daughter of. Robert Rotae.rt^ 
son, general' manager.' of- the Hamil- 
ton Steel 'and Iron -Company, wm 
beriously Injured as, the result citthe- 
iworst auto accident in the history. pf- 
^he city, occurring" shor.tly before six- 



under b__ 

"Comi ■ i ie t f<vact ftett 

hour of ttye meeting will be arranged 

Interviewed by the News- 

v:<g". In the 

matter' of the Companies Act, At- 

. -General Efbwser expressed him 



bars 

Tfprrt 

A e 



but evidently 'could 

i form. 
illan 



$350 cash and balance §25-09 per month, 
including interest, 

Secure,s you a nice new house on Quadra 
Street, opposite 'City Park. 

Five Rooms, all. modern conveniciuvs, 
which includes a fine Gas Ran^e. 



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Bank of Montreal Chambers 
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gxeai.:. 
rejoiotni S i points to 

«U, In, tonal football under 

Northern union rah-s, which generally 

.Its in freer aeoring than un 
by union rules, the- Kangaroos heat 
lOd by 22 points to 10. t was a 



hti Ulant- game..."playad..at. a great speed. 



self with chaiacteriatic 

Sab4_b.e^- : -- — . .'. r L_s>w Westminster is- Indignantly- pro 

Tn the first place it would .crtalnly f, fwhat is claimed to be In 

hardly he my place as attorney^gen- . service furnished by the CP.R 

eval!- to ' suspend tha gBforeement of 



'trials will be continued-next week. The 
missil#s are eight inches in h 

lead p^pe about-one inch and 
a'lnlirTrpiia^neterv and weighing one 

pound. : ». 

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Mr. Emerson Promises Fight 
VANCOUVER. June 30.— J. S. Emer- 
son states that he. will endeavor by an 
appeal, to the courts to regain pos- 
session, of a boom of logs which the 
provinctar government caused .to he 
seized last week at Anderson's • 
on Eden island. He also says that he- 



has instructed the men there to 



tan -act against the ex \fill of 

the. -legislature of the pi 
The-,' -provisions of the tut rei|u.ir- 
ing \>"tslde ■■companies doing business 
,i"n this province to. take jwt li- 
cences or tii r<-xi ■ hact- 
ed In Jus ! companies. It 
reqnioas that If these outside compan- 
ies do business after July 1 without 
registration, they -shall be liable 
iiU.''"o'f not less than |S0, a.n.d..^furtliei- 
than that "they cannot .sue for debts 
contracted In this province. As an -ex- 
ample Of what I mcah" we will 
that a firm has h sum of money In- 
Vested In a biscuit or candy factory 
here. It employs lab 
to the city and tpp ■•^provint- i 



a<le«iuate service furnished by the C.P.lt. 

• 

"W. :.l. Blvmden, furniture dealer, suf- 
fered 1 4.6 66 los s liy a "Ore which de- 
d Ids' business premises at Fornie 

n 1 1 y- ~ 

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A dry kiln and ltys co ntents, belohf'Ing 
;er 'shfnple Co.. at Otter, was 
burned Tuesday, loss being' involved of 
$10,000. " .. 

■_l*Ph e wedding was celebrated, at New 

Tvostmlnstet on, Tuesday last of . Mr. 
-ddar^ Gifford and Miss Mazle 

■ '.son. ^^—'i 

The regulations for the disposal 6f the 
remaining lands ^n tin- Dominion rail 



t in, this province^ which wen 



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Will Accomplish in Thirty Seconds What Under the Present 

Methods Takes Five Men Thirty Minutes 
For Use on Farms, Ranches, Railroads- and Wherever Wire 
. Fences _Are In—Service 
-Write for IllustratediCatalogue. 

The Hickman -Tye Hardware Co. 

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Phone 59 VICTORIA, B.C., Agents .544-546 Yates_St. 



have gone. into force and effect tomor- 
row will not become effectiye until fur- 
ther notice. No reason for the , post- 

ponenie-nt^JIs assigned: 



A v erdict totaling JU.000 damages 



was 



IWLOllllfe T **,vv« ..«..-^ »..~. - , ■ 

against the B. C. E...R Cojl^a minor accident 



and in favor of the widow and infant 
child of J,Jfiaiian.so.n, One of the vi 
of the" Lakeview disaster, ,in 'Vane- 
Thursday. '■ Mrs. A. E.^KeaIy. of 
Vancouver, obtained $877 dat 1 • tron 
tha same company for injuries suBt a. ei 



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Read our OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT in last night's Times and acquaint yourself with theREAL FACTS, then visit our Store on Saturday and Save Money. 

Every artice of MEN'S'WEAR we offer isnew and of the most correct fashion. Guaranteed to give satisfaction or we will refund the money as cheerfully as it was taken. 

' WE WANT YOU TO PROFIT BY THIS SALE. Believe us, it's a LIVE WIRE, because every article" we advertise is alive with value and exactly as represented. 

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hrst importerj cloths. Regular S27.00 and - i&9| f|f| 

e Sale IVk^. . ,.. ..'.,...... ^ 1<vv 

OUTING SHIRTS 

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niridc with' reversible- collars^^U^shades. 
regular to $1.50. , 

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FANCY HOSIERY 






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$1.00 



in all the new shades RegiiLar, per pair 50c- 
. Live VVife Sale Pi ' lce, 3 pairs, for 



$1.00 



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•Single ii'rid'DouM' d stvlcs. V.t-t values olttainabl 

SiXt^id^aoa ' $15 JO 

Live \\ !' "...... ■• .y ._-.. • ^ 

TWO-PIJECE : SUITS 

m lignTTweeds aiv^ A\ ors,teds. Regular $1^.00. 

m^m - $12.50 

l.iv<' Wnv Salf Trio- ^j.s-i«vv_ 



, THREE-PIECE SUITS 
in smart stvlcs for Men and Yotin.t;' Men. Now Spring P:\\- 
;is. Regular value $25. ^ , - St 1 Q 00 

Live Wire Sale Price «U X«7«V V . 

STRAW BOATERS 

• fines' "led Straw, in correct shapes. Regular S-von 

" v:,lucs - $2.25 

Live W irt'S.ih' P riC€ ....',. V^»^V 

SOFT FELT AND DERBY HATS 

The aeason^ rtewesl bMeks $3.00 an<1 $3-50 49 95 
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Friday, July 1, 1910. 



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You can get 

a half-pound package of "Salada" Tea sufficient 
to make ioo cups. 

"Salada" is grown in the best tea districts 
of the island of Ceylon; at an. altitude of'bver 
5,000 fejjtffc, It inchfdes only the tender leaves 
and budy^if-the tea plant. It is packed in air- 
tight lead packages to prevent contamination. 
Its purity is guaranteed. 

"Salada" is never sold in bulk. 

Ask your grocer for "Salada" Tea or 
.semi fyr ;i fire trial package. \\ e mail 
it without charge. Nay whether you 
Die Black, Mixed or (Ircen Tea and 
the price- you pay per pound. 



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Yearly aula* ' 
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Salada" Tea Co. 



D*pt. "A" 32 Yonits St. . Toronto 

BRANCHKS Montreal, Boston, Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, 
» Cleveland," Pittsburg, St. Louis and New York: 




General Exodus From the City 
Picnic parties and Excuis- 

- ions of OiftoMMit • Kinds Ar- 
ranged ;l ; , ; . 



From Qrad> Mi. 

Mabel " IN'ker, Ella Newblgging,, 

Dorothy Kohertwou. -1 'omrtanro Hrcnr- 
inonilf Pauline Kleek, June I'hrlstian- 

son. lOleanor Colbert, Kiwi Rutler, 

Elizabeth Papfce, Irene McGarrigle, 

Eileen da Blaqulere, Dorothy Burnman. 

From Grade II. 

Kntln-riTic Wilson, Mario tt": Austin, 
Alice I'rltlt, Uuby ottaway, little 
cliii'ii, Ahi'Tsrv nullum. Queeriie 
MtfDougallj Annie Carroll, Jeanne 
Pajfizeau; ' .. 

..*. , -. ' '--. — Froro ; Grade i._ T''~" ' '>., 

iytary M <■ I 'iiadd.'m. rosY.-llO "'"Pin m 
Doreen Vates, MtuPiQl Henderson, .Mll- 
jlr.Ml Kipling, Cecelia .Mather, Laura 
KiliK. 



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ctt' s 

The Criterion of 
Cigarette Excellence 

When yon store and ask for 

arjrxnfcage of cigarettes, you will no t .,_ 
a4waVs be handed "Tuckctt's." 

See iliat you do get Tuckctt's : — nn-><; 
4.!gh gTade~Stor.es keep them, and even 
it you have to turn on your heel and 
walk a bloc k to the ne.*t store, it will 
fiav you to do that, rather than accept 
an inferior, substitute. 

Made of pure Turkish tobacco— the 

kind with the sweet, satisfying .flavor 

/ which every fastidious smoker krw. 

•'. V-Tuckett's "Specials" are as close to 

ideal as human endcitvor can make 

smoking material. 



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While vletoi i.i has no organized ceti 
bretloji in • i.h.:.-. 1 [011 ■,>, .! i i,..',' anni- 

' >■; " ' ; • ftojioay ,j\ :ll 111 1 --I in 

1 In il d i able (ash m, ( pi ici ii iii 

i/i-' en4 u e populace kx IijB "> ' ■• ti 

ptc'nlcTng of btherwlse disporting, 

1 ,.1 iineii'"-. boat ■-. ' ■ ■ I onsi ibl ti 

ceWicli '•!' ai! ,(,-.. . • 1 1 s . 1 mi, ', ' .■ -been 
engaged for t he din ■• during 1 ea rl ■ 
1:1.11 rinig '-■ exojl ii Ei o'ni tbwii ' I ; 1 " 
tnencec \ 

The V'ictoi -.. ;tm) S-|. !!■.■■. I.'.niwa I ;; 

run 1 u n rooming 1 1 Ins to Saarilch 

pOo at 8 : I ■"• a. m, 

and I ■• other ..1 1 1 a. m.. 
turning to./th.- . n •. . Leaving Sidney. ai 
, tivoiy. The 

-■I x. morn ing ti .n tea 
., ,n « iii 1 aoabl ■ n imbi f pjr.< n i 

ts 11 illy put on in nlMer to 1 j 

■ 1< I ' leeommodat i.>u to tho " • til) 

1 tuiri in. fel a? "ik i -.-i- iadili, Nanat- 

ma and othei po ■ e line The 

4^,' C7-:Bi y;. I l-T. "i>| , u-lll 11!. 1 ■ ., 

cars oritiie Gorge route, as It. is . 

that a i "«■■ hosi of people Will find .th 
to this pleasure im-iij^lhi 

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irslona^ih" which 

humii 1 ticlp at e , ^ni toite-i 

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by 

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titennial ' 

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To A' ■ ttps." thc r V>-ttTrt(i 
M e t hod i sf: *....». ....1.-.,.., _>.r . 

To M. tti P ■ . Clrr. Kiri O-aittl- St. 

And rev 1 •■•-..•:,, .. :■ : ,-_v . 

T ■■ - -se Paul's Presby- 

terian. 1 

To* Kanaka Raw i.iinali- the ConV 

. ", To Mauaulay Main*/- i'iv.«t William BlakeniS 

Baptlsl and Burnside road Mission.' '' •'oldwell. 



OAK BAY / 

MJ88 Cathcart. Principal 

Ph i.-i.ui il: i'l,, 11 1 to 1 nst iTjiher— 
Isabel ju. hard*, lianiid 1 le.nu, George 
Thompson^ Jacli Crane, Melba New* 

i.iaM: A 1 1 1 1- i . - 1 Wing, .lamea I'alnu-i, 

Regin ald Lott.\ 

I'lnm Kux 1'nnioi- t& S'.-und 
I'riuii.r- Marian- AI illin^i.,11, Saiifn 
l'ooie, Tummy bampmarh H"e,i-i- t'ei- 
"■'■nii, MiinxQi 1 'i.-ii. 1, Agnes Mao- 
1 1 .-.'..iii. ArthurCjol bert, Hazel Pleb ber, 

^la.v" 'Mas. hi, Joaeph I.avv, Allan |-..,stcr. 

1 1 ■•'in Second • Primer *te Sec 1 

K.-.i.l. j-- Ellfl Hi. !•.. 11, Ituth Uii'hards, ' 
Ina I'.ii, . I :.|\. .,r,l 1 • I ; 1 1 k, .\i,|-inan Lo.tt, 
.'■'■ •■!- Burn M, 1 atln i me Law, bsria 

1 i|i\ , r 

1 •: i.>i,m 11 - 1 1 ■ • Readi i to Si 1 -' 
■ aid Reader Marjorie 1 Laj m ,- l.saii, n,- 
\IacDonaid, lack Patersoa, m.u-k.uii 
Paterson, \ II 1 [etcher, Robs i b/am 
Doiinda Pibyjd^Fraeces Hewitt, Donald 

■■1 ' • ..•■•' gla siidtii, Edward 
• ' ' : - 1 m.i.suii, Richard Small, j ti t> 
! J^osie.. 

B • tteadeg : trd Ri ffffi 1 

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' ' ! Lott, l.ionanl 

gHah»-. 1 roi ij ■•!-.■ jgh 

lUlgii. Orani. James Coldwell, I. 
i forothy Hallam, -. ■ ' 

Division I iivin 8rd to 4th Junior 

l-'leti'hiT. ! . ,• ..iliiili 1. 



To Planer's Caatle^ I^actuIaialL: Xabci^ ~ ."Jiafiiiior 4th — Charlea, Harold Fleming;, 



is". Emmanuel i 

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!i. lOsquimalt.- Salva- 



1 
'I'n Miu'.uilav 
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,. To Fisher's t 

timi Ann: 

An-," ther picnics jvhleh hav<V 

thai ■ ■• a 60- 

etoty t I . » v • „\]i "'AVolsii reaidehta' 

the*citjr are i mi ted , to ati.udt.ifis 

md w4H« 

rendexvouH al Obj-do • Ihe. 

Hoelallst party frfl} plonic at ,gi iaatft£ 
I 
In conneetloh wi£Ut;manj ofi fie 
going picnics the B • aiw.-.y 

will rim Hpe • ■ lrnnisfljig 

'the exeursinn r lear tlieil 

eral destinations. N'umeron • 
picnic partieM ha. • rianvri-d, ,n?ul 

wltir-Mi/ wemlier holdltVK a ' '"'d an oe-.1oy- 
able irti round time I ■> in- 

■punt, 

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PROMOTION EXAMS 

RESUT ANNOUNCED 



ill Smith. Robert Charles, Fred- 
erick Small, .Maude »Iyosle 

'. uatthew Macab Kenneth 
Ruth Law, Alinna Hint/..- 
garet .n.-.im. ■ 
Prom 4th Junior to 4th ^Senior— 




Obtainable froi 



Messrs. Dixi H. Ross & Go. 

J. H. BONAR, Canadian Representative 
28 HOSPITAL ST.. MONTREAL 



i'leii In-:-. Arthur \\'elsh. 
• Honor Rolls 
Division l'i - Profleiency- 



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BjFewn. 

Ii-rmrtment — Roger' Dihvorth. 

Punctuality and regularity ^- Mlrlas 
MJlliriKlnn, ■ .' 

Division n.— Profleiency — B.ui 

•(.UniTC'-! 1 ,;. « , , ' ■ 

Ttinent- I'ir' ~ie. -" 

___P uiietuallty. j iinL-XCg-U-larity — Doro- 
thy"Hailnin. v"- -_. "," - - •— . 

Division 1 l'ndielency — Charles 
H fting". " ■ . , •,; 

taud hi.isie. 
T.eiK ■liniiHy'- and regularity— Arthur 
1, .Mini Hlntee, Lesley Grant, 
I uidley Johnson, Matthew Macal 

TRAMWAY FOR NANAIMO . 






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Believed Tfiat Applicatipn Gazetted for' 
Charter Heralds Building. 



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Annual July Clearance Sale 

V'l'iio moii0y-3avittg benefits of our cash system of luivin^ and selling mjj'taken advan:. 

" . "i by mofe fjecple every day. 

Everything Reduced in Price 



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)j] el i the 

ence 1 Hunter v. , 



All our ]>n\:cs ar.e cut T<>wer still for this. annual , eyea^and we i make many new ; 

"■'by si'ivtiK the pcopk- of Victoria and environs at tuiiitv to 

Reduce the Cost of Living * 

v .\ot only on special cl earin g line-, b ut un ever yttitng thev purcha.se here;-" - "-' . 

Sale Commences on Saturday, July 2, at 8:30 a.m. 



I Some r-Iosiery Bargains of 
\ Unquestionable Worth 

Tan ajld IVlack Got- 

ton Ib'Kse, .Av'jtli <loilbi' 
am) loc r s',y.t,MVaraii(ec(l str< ing, 
-...ft andffa»1 dye. Regular 
.;jh- a,nd 25c: a" pair, 
' Sab- Prit • -' <: 

Ladies' Cashmere 1 1 i phSry ' 
I n plain ai'ul ribbed.- a 

and t'.irl.'s double 
d I fosie-rv . , -lidv 

• lit;- ...'.. .'. 2r»<- 
' . . ,8 1 .00 



Midsumwcr . Clearance of 
'AH Whitewcar 

I •,. 

ivers', . I 'ndcrsi' 

'i nil Xiuht Gowns, all re 
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in .price "tor th 

our witnli ■ : : 

\ ill inf. 

Embroidered Waists Must 

j 
AH Be Cleared — Hem g 

1'hcse Prices 

I i I '■ ' '•:':' 

ain!: .".Or 

I >aiiil ''".e Trii: -Km-." 

I,: oil and !Ej " l "'< ' > 

\\ i\»tSi . regtila 

$1.50 Jul; 1 si.'jr, 



.sizes. 

Nov 

'1 
Sale of 

I'lVttN 



An Unparalleled Bedspread 
Value 

l''i'ne collection pi extra tpial- 
tty '.English .b'rin^cil Houcv- 

^ com!) Bedspreads, 90 mi 

viuid.s. l..n.^ v by jj inches, 
ird 
'blfi beds— -a!s«'» in single 

■ : Si ' 

illy reduced to. 

.. ..'..:.-...■.,.. 95f l 

Ladies' Wash Belts 
\V! 
and lyei^l Hole I Belts, 

fi.ni.-dird with clasp ainl'-ni.-u't 
gil v t or pear! buckles -K 

lar prjj fuly 

rahci Prici eacl U5^ 

Crum's Englisl/ Prints 
Reduced in Price 

->..■ ■;■ ■ p 

I -"dM/Trim m.ulrrilie 
"CfUrB' " br.Miil.' 
! a ran I.e. rl .' 1 I" 
r and wa-li'b 

: jii inj ■ -a the 
niai'ket liar price. .15c. 

"(I. |u!\- gale Pi 

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j Values That Are DistdVctly 
Unusual- for Men 

Men's Braces IXnderpriced. .'! 
! MejiV I vd'-i'i~e""T.rac,e.s v with 

1 strong leather topi and i 
>off clasjiH— also good'elastic 

: web . ;';with ■ kid I 

dar prices, .^50 and 40c 1 
Ja pair. "July Safe 

25r 



Bargain in Silk Neckties 

■>iik l-'otir-in- I lamls 

,11.:.;,.: 

de- ■- .ot.l 



>cautmi 
in 

ami pleasing 
colorings', |i: 

'! 

2 for ■■-, 



\ Sale 



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Clearance of Men's Summer 
Underwear 

! 'Mi.ll I 

' with . short • ■-■., 

drawer ,., (1 , 

nd peciaj pi hi pi r 

S^rnii 111 ...... U) ( 

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liini.i 

ii . ri,n;i • 

i: ha n k e 1 Qinghta h 

an. j 1 >i. - '^!- '" '• , ,, 



SPECIAL PRICES ALSO ON RIBBONS, LACES; GLOVES, PARASOLS 



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Robinson's Cash Store 




J. 15. Andrews, Manager 



Phone 2 1 i,n 



642 Yates Street. 



il'.CUX-;t>Jt— J*el»nd !;. Legg, 

promoted el !lar- 

prlae for 

h.-iiin : s.v-..nd in genev • 

...wini^'rii .if th" mils bt lronor 
weFr-- -. f 1 ■A-"-'-" ™. •, ' , - 

Division I. 

..Proficiency — Roland Edward I.ngg, 

i '• i,,.rtraeiU^Uadoria- Lillian: Mi I 

,:.' "■■/ 

U'larLtX. -rmil ininetuality— K'iy 
- rirerjf, Walter . Allen 

■id.r ItuiUi'i'. Arthur 

H nter. John' Thomfta Jalluud. John 

■■•. a-rt. John Richmond Cooka- 

; l.-e and Ku^-iii.. 1-Yank Worth. 
^£l Division II. _ . _ 



riclency — John RIddell. 
lortment— vrilllam Qarhham, . ' 
Punctuality and regularity— WillUtnj 

Allen .' ' Kg - Bwln|f. _ 

v Division III. 
ficiencj iham. ■ • : .- 

I '• ,. •■ Rnj .:■ I : Martin 
■ liarlty ami purectuali 
garet Kertng 'oimi k rmode, 

Cole, Kvelj'rt IrVJu», J. Qivena 

and. Kt-ua Clid.v • 

Division IV.. 

• Thompson, 

•"'nt — !•': • 

I:- gu)a _v~ 

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Division V. ' • -- 

^ ■"'■ ■ la Briggs. "'*""' 

f»(*p'-r; !• vi .. k " 

•• and pun 



• i*«uie <?f the British Co- 

raa«tte---(which. cOntalttlH^ v' Tho 

ffU-.-r than -1 ." 1 pages, . )■ probably the 

published in Can- 
ada i iii'i'-s-i n. an iid v^r-t4^mem ap 
In)g Over 155 signature of Alessr^ 

iryey <.r VtthCBaver ^- tha. :'ap* 
pttcafion will U* made to the leKlMia- 
tnre ht ilw next Bitting ft>jp=a einiri. r 
and al! the UMual powers and privileges 
for a rail ■ I anu'y to build, and op-,. 

a I j 1 1 - ui'v s tanda r d or 
from Nanalmo to Wellington, and 
from Nanalmo, .southerly to I 
the "l" rat \\ , to' be ■ 

asetfiing 

probable ' that thill no- 

foreahadowB the inauguration of 

ice eg loritr dpsired by 

iToT-cttrs!rena~and for — which the 



cTttxens-and for — whfeh 
lie Coal^ 
has latterly been' campaigning so ener- 
getical ly. 

Hew Provincial Companies. 
It Is a' tbng : !((=' fW' provincial' 



u ister. 



ST. 



'S ACADEMY 



; - From Acade?hic*tll. to Gcaduating 
. Class 

tan- s: ■ • , i 

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From Academic II. 

rke, 

w.iv Jackson 

From Academic I. 

Inn, 
' I 'i nun. ElSle 
tnd I ■ 

From Grade' VIII. 

• !■• lil. Li Hi. : i 

It , ■ : irli i . | j ; 

■ - 1 ■ I • I i I ■ . I • 

I . ■ 
C)s i ■-, 

From Grade VII. 

M.illi. .'lit : 

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i. | ■ , p| i | | ,. 

From Grade VI. 



ssue of tl 
HotiH' Hi tU« bustj 
the province hi 

ish Canadian Trust & Savings, ■ Llm 
■ 

iwh Columbia Farm Lands Co., Cana- 

■ 

,is. Llm- 
. and P o ' 

CJreal 
. n ( lo.. Ltd., ,In'\ 
antee Cfl^JLtdU Kaien Island i 
K< I ■ '■' ; ■ ••.. i. id.. K Ing Edward 

i. id . Kraut , Reynolds (So, Ltd., 

Jaw l ( 

^•e^• Ciniber Q6. LtJov Nicola 

iftv- invi- ,ini. nt .<• Land CoVyl^taij I'ort- 
iaiid Canal Lumber, CO. i.tdTT" i'rinco 

ftupei i Mining • n. Ltd.; 

i .i.|u"or & Sup- 
t-amld Anpiiait ■ 

trical supply 
Co/ Ltd Royal 

' ii-ej< . Suinni * ■ 

i -.1. Ltd., ftllver Bow Min. 

Tulani, 
i',.. I, nl.. Vancou 
Ltd.,. -Van i 

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Provincial Appointment*. 

the ,pmrinr 



ROYAL 








ated. 


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.$ 
.$ 
.$3 




Incorpoi 


1869. 




"Capital Paid UpS^^^... 

Reserve 

Total Assets . . . .... . . 


• • • • 

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5,ooc,ooo:oo 
5,700,000.00 
0,000,000.00 



A General Bankinff Business 
Transacted 



Manager Victoria Branch 



Arc 



Being. Erected in 
For This Bank 



Government Street 



T. D. VElTGIi 

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New'- Premises 

( : ' 

VICTORIA WEST BRANCJT 

CornerfCatheTine Street and' EsquimaLt:. Road. 

SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS A SPECIALTY 

A. C.' l-'i TGifER, Manac-er. ' 



.niotithfuls of Oriental imprecations, 
the free and sterlllzi-d Interpretation of 
which might "be rendered as: "Too 

with thV e' 
of . - the official day, expireil. during 
which the provident citizen Tniirl. 

of the .25 per cent dis- 
pount for prompt pavni.-nt. of ta.v 
wiip j-ohi_ ffie sis a ^oat dW; 

per cent . - • .their ! 

amounts .h rn the. good oldli 

tlnation is the thief or 

t hue " ■ •' V ;■"-' 

w.c-k long' tl,. 

Assessor LeesOn.has been working , at 
over-pi-easure, for the money 1 
-j-derfc'endlng., upon them in a gi-i»en afid 
golden shower,' the- amount paid in-'be- 



•in die 1 ■ 



province.' un Trr. = :■• e-riiv lesfl-a 
-— rted the daj 

..lone. 1.' 

• ■; 1 • 

,,t feh©-eai ■ 'it 'win 
iplarter Of a million (ioilars. Il- Ii 

' wheh ' t he week ' s iyV 

ire In at. the 

it U10 Imnk will fai ■ 
■ ' • ■ 1 TuTTiliins of moni 



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fnyesticrate the ment - < 4 
Hie Clnyburfi Fire Brick, 

;iu<l iirosed bricks- . ' .* 




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ype 



IcoTgeht; 

Ha ' ■ • I tui i : ■. • i: lan- 

i: •■ ■ • (e'r- 

... Hi. u . ', : . 

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i .!■■ 
Rl h 

Frem Grade V.' 

■ Jll B LfO ■ ■ OH ' 'I. I. '.■■!.:■. 

Olltmn,,., |.„i.,i, T ,,i„ . i, 

i ■ | Z abi th ■ ii - 
Ma;.. Sullivan Ireland, m 

Si d, i ■■'<•)> ud< w ■ . . , tfartl 

ii-iniTiii. !•:...,, i ji ,. V: . , 

iid. 01...1 . i:,,, — — . 

From Grade IV. 
Edith fci riejmm 

M '■■ ! 'lad • i i Bl '■ ii tllCi ' 

i a .., -mi ', ■■ . • , , . 

Melllsh, Laura Kng, Man Entis, \i tr 
igtirel si, .Mm,, p ear j jjelrmi , Katl 
Much. »ftit, ti. I,. Sabln, /Jea'n Alilce, 
•lam. », Mare ;\l< Donald, Aiini.- 



/ v7\ I'livii.u 
3^ j Mellor, 



of the. pi I Vietor-)- f 

PaWceit, of Vli ■ olerk in. 

i of the attOrne; . 

un- of \ as 

t'oui-ti. lnctaf^"ln« 

ichool; AJex. .M.i'iiiSh, of* 
mdaX cnii^lai. ... 

hi ii'.- ■ lining 

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. ■ hfte ' inch ' Ed •• ' 
er and ■ 

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DykliiR C'f)iuun»slon«r|«. 

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•; i. | . .. 

| I tyking 

iiiinii> JVBlch 

I j . TJ 

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worth 

— 

Order* Gazetted. 

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| Raymond & Sons 

.613 Pandora Street 
Phone 272 Res. 376 




PROVINCIAL TAXES 



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countenances' Btoxjd outalde thtf loefce^ 
' ' pi'Ovlrtclal 






I inj LBsive 



door "f 

at 6.1S 



I ' - ' <• cuing. 



office 

ill ii mm I'd 



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... 1 ,, ... 

B n.'t. carry i 

••m — n''o" 1 bat just simply a 

• tit' 

Good, Clean, 

Fine Quality 

Goal 

t« tin . J-OU : 

: ,a weigh) i"". n .in. ' 
"." ' .- /"tluMi 200'fl 

in.iL' 11. ei leas »her ■ i e . 
from uS I' 

antec .1. 

PRICE $7.50 per Ton 

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I Victoria Fuel Co. 

X 8'22 Troune. A-,... Phone I 



Special Notice to. Taxpayers 



• ' lemlmli.i 

Tluu-Bdiiy, 30th June, 19J0, ia th« 

Inat day n ... .. S;mu».t Ho paid 

to I..- ,'U|.a\i..| 

. . I in. nl to 1 h" 

• ter all th« 

'tlti*rntion ■ 
' 1 -J permitted, 

d] ,.,,..., 1 :,, . ., 6c) 

1 ' peraonai 

I l ' ' 1 111 rent 
10 i" .. in shown ' 

1 81 tiding your 

« ilo not aeauct rrbm 

"a Form No. 9 

.a. but deduct 

only 25 per cent .Torn the total taxes 
'" ' 1 ' ' personal 

1 ■ ■ ' " IS liu alter " 

nl of irii pei rein ' 
II ni'i Mini, t Imber land. ■ 
thai uorreo.1 amouni la sem 

' ' ii .• ponil- . 

j ■ r.oldsd ?M.- dljsoouiit 1m 

trreai 
* i-:. E. 

■I Colli ctpr, 

- ■ ' mi ' I ' ' I : : I ' 

v uauiia. i-e j.imc-jtaiu. 



I, K A HON", 

Victorln 



Aa- 



4 




I 



vrerroftiA djolt CQCoKisf 



& . . . 



19 



Prices as low as consistent with first-class work. We have by far 
the largest and most complete office in British 

Columbia, comprising - : ' -=- -r— 



.**.-<- 




» V L *JJN 





graphing 
Bookbinding -A 

Photo Engraving — 
Copperplate Printin 
Embossing. 
Label Printing and 
Varnishing 



: 







a ■ Work done by us in. any of the above departments cannot be 
excelled throughout Canada. Our aim is to, do only first-class 
work at reasonable prices, ' In fact we will not turn out a poor job. 
Our object is to retain our customers with the quality of our work 
and the very reasonable prices. 



We carry by far the largest and most complete stock of Flat 
Papers :a^-Envelop.es in British Columbia^ and are always pre- 
pared to execute anything in out line, whether it be a Visiting 
Card or Commercial Work of any kind, printed or lithographed; 
"^Pamphlets, large or small Labels, plain, colored or varnished;' 
"Ruling, Punching, Binding Law Books, Blank Books, large or' 
small; alsomaking cuts or designs, such as Line Drawings, Zinc or 
Copper Half-tones^JLithograph Maps equal to any that can be got 
from the Eastern cities, . 

We are sole agents for the Tengwell Loose-Leaf Files and 
Binders, also the celebrated Majestic Loose-Leaf Ledger, the best 
on the market, •, V 

If merchants and others that have been getting their supplies 
from the East would* give us a chance to. compete before sending 
' their orders away, they will find the work can be done better at 
home and at the same price in equal quantities. • 




TELEPHONE 



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PRICES CLOSE AT 
THE UW POINT 



; Neeaed Rains in North western 
Crop Section Causes Fall in 
Wheat Values—Damage Is 
Exaggerated' • " 



4(1; ^rlutty, Jrr Utah Copper, lit; Vic- 
toria," 3; Winona. 6Vi; Wolverine, llll; 
Wyml.it. .lVa: Amul. Copper; «» ■ i <>.»'- 
ertran Zinc, 22: li'.ntim Gotas'i, H* : Vt . 
Kast flutte, e%; Uiroux, 6%. HfcnoojtJU 
16V4; Isle IlftyaUi, to'Vi'i l-nke, -fit' 
Korr iMko, 7%; Miami, 18%; .Vow Ar 
"■cadl'an, 4; -North , Lake, 9^: objlway. 
.. . .. i:' 4 ; Superior and Boalon, 8&; Superior 
anj 1'ittnburtr/ 9%» , V. K. Coal "Jul oil, 
34<«; CJ. h'. SukUIiir ami JU-t'K, M'.. (1 
H. SnvMt & Re'fg, pIM, 47 ( ',i; Utah Apex, 
8 ' 4 , llutle and Halak, 1«V». 



VICTORIA STOCK ^XCHANQE. 



■ : - — — -s — :• — — - - , Tft»* t - . ' . -■ 

BEVAN, GORE & ELIOT, Limited 

Stock and Bond Brokers 

M/emivefs Victoria Vancouver, Spokane and Stewart 
i Stock Kxchan^es . ' 



a i'.v i'-. w. 



Steven hoi i 

. . ' .0 .' 



& Co.) 



cHii'.U-.O, .nine .30.— There wan I illi 
1 1 . . i i m i many quarters after the Close 
j i tcrda: and^thia 'morning, thai 

i i #aa likely* to' have a Itrrak of 

,...' | -n i'i "in inc hii--.li p.. int. It 

la a llttli- singular, "that the «Xremo 

low prtlirt of the, market '''•:,... which 

waa wTM tor September rtrss exactly 5 

cents under I C«me liinh Cl^an. 

i days . ado. Th". inar.l.. i recover^ 

:'.>;'' '".Other montlrtf 

,,.!-., I ■ r the. bottom fiKtiros. 

■ selling jin-^ure began at 'th. -n 

■ hell h.'.'ai'isvu.the trade mis In a 

mind, following tHe 

y and general liquidal ion '■saleir of 



i ! "hi nish 
.St"(k • 
Albertu inn Oil 
A iin'i . i '.tn oil ! ., 

Can, Nmiiiv'^'' oi! !4 

Alberta C. & C . ., 

Diamond ValS < '■ & "C. .07 

Int. C. j&; C. ... -64 

Royal i tolUepw. ...... .21- , 

U . -I. in C. autl C. .. .170.011 ' t . 

i; . ■ i •.. . m fiban ... .130.00 .. 
I mm TrtWl •''•' ■ • ! ^>8 

o,..:h We>l i - r ,1. ...m 
Pacific rtrhalMu ' • ..'. •4'5 .-\ . TT. 

Pacaflc WlmliiiK -Pref. . . .03 
S tewat i 

S; A. Scrip "■■ , . ./\61 

Itlvar Canyon .. 
(', l.i.ier Cn-eh 
Main Rerf 



In 
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PKIVATCWIKK VICTORIA T O VANCOUVER . 

Stocks Sold on Margin. Daily Telegraphic 

Quotations 

Stewart Townsite Lots for Sale 



( iovernmenl 
I 'hunt--. m> 



Street. Victoria*^ 
5 and _M-'4 .'..-.-. 



t 




COLD STORAGE 



csday and In addition td theBo, the 

' had the STOOd rainfall at H- 

.points in tin iiuthw. s-1. .loKn Inglls 

- uliih- damape still continues 

in the dry sections, the indicationrr-wero 

better for general rains than for some 

. a \ lo'lent brealc at 

Minneapolis on flrit * trades; Some of 

i jeadera In tae nortaweBt . ttada )"•- 

i glvidg but less -nlarmliig report* on 

aeraJ i*Qp'. tt Wils the- stuno 

n§ oMi- again., ail ex aggerat ed scare 

WrOng, ,ind in ill 17>ns ~ of wln-nr 

• 'line. The 
was In DO position in :..t ..n any- 
thing' that was less than mal on 
th-' buying side. Aa a result, the. .l.injjl- . 
■ n has_.becn very ihowi. 



( i K Fraction ,.. - 

Portland Canal 

St. -warl M. & D. . . 

Van. Portland Canals 

Lasnuetl 

l.ucky fahtmet 

Snowstorm -.***• 



» ,28 

37r. no -itrn-.oo- 

90 




snnwshoe 
Rambler Cariboo 



1.000 Tnternnlfonat 
Wwstl'erm. at tXJttl 1.000 



v ' : 
T&rrat 
Portland 
^Canal nt 80c; 2.000 Portland 

...oi) l'nrtlimd Oi.c.-.l at :;"■•; 2,000 

Portland efcnal :< r - "•"'■: i.""" '''■ 
Canal nt 30e; J"" Stewnrt Mining at 
Jt.05; 100 .Sti'wart. at »'. 

_; ! — i — o SS* = 



I 





5 ICE CO. 



Victoria; B. C. 



;Gon "'''• p 'ill hou-rs. Expert attcrltfon 

Con'signments ' -solicited 



t;iven. 



T leDjione 2282 



!'.<). Box 875. 



Wh'eats— 

July 

Sept 

....... 

•. : . ..1. . 
, Corn — 

July ' 1 

Bepl I.. 



MUV- . . . • .'., 
, Oats— , 

July ... 

Sept 

Dec^ ..;... 
May .". % . . . 
' Tork — js, 
July, .'. • 

Sept. " '• 

•■■•■-BBWr™ 8 b 

July, 1 

pept. '.*vrr. 

■""Short Ribs 

July 

Bepl 



Open. -H*«li- I."«'. ClOBO 
. . 97% 



100% 



'■'^H 



103?* 107»i WV6 



B'SlH 58% 
60 M, 

-38Ti 



?0T» 



39 
42% 



39 

5^%. 
11% 



,57% 
v 59% 

«% 

60 

38% 
38 

58% 
41% 



57% 
59% 
58U, 

' - 

A.. 
p% 

41% 






KETAL MAHXET3. 



rnlabed by F. w st.-vensoh- -* C 
Lon.; .*ur_cioae. Spots 54 lQ-O; 

unchanged sales 800 ton*; Futures 
V>5 3-0, down 1-3. sAles Mi i"ii>. Iwndon 
s-ii%e.r. 1:1 11-16; New York silver'53%; 
Mexican, dollars 44c; Standard popper . 
11.90©12,16; tin 82.75@33.12% ; : !• - 1 .; 
.4.45@4.50; spelter, 640@.5.50. f A ^ 

SPOKANE MINIBTCf STOCKS. * 



". .::;.80" 2*80 23.R.V t 

:, 22.65 22.42 22.-4S 

'7 12.3.7 12.25 1^7- 

-•?iz.l--.J . ,-V :o 12.32 

.a2.9fl 1 2.92/12.90 12.90," 

: .'i;.4jf^^^. 12.35 12.3f 



NEW YORK STOCKS. 
(Furnished by f W. S 



5 •<> 

^afllla-Chalmera 
Amal. Copper 
Arnrr; €. & F.. 

Fee 

A nter. LOOO. ... 
Amcr_> melt. . 
Amcr. sugar - J . 
iffier. TclT 



tovonson & 'Cp:) 
illgli. Jg..ow. cioae. 



(Furnished b/" F.'-5V. Stevenson - S. 
-SPOKANE, Juno 30.— C^oday's "closing 
hid prices were; Alameda, 2%; B. C. 
Copper. BOO; Can. Con. 3. & R. 60; -<>p- 
per King. 2%: Gertie,: !% :_ Oranby 
Smelter, 35; H,ummihg Bird, 88; llypo- 
theck, 4; Int. C.^and C*. 63 Vi ; Idaho S'. 
A- R. 4; I>ucky Calumet. 3%; Oom Paul. 
2%'; Mineral Farm, 1; Missoula C 
2,%; Monitor, 1 % _:'• "Nab<*b, 4; North 
I'ranklm. 3'«;. Rambler Cariboo, 23; 
:,; Snowshoc. 2'i; Snowstorm, 
57; Stewart. 68; Wonder. It 
— ,0 — 



PORTLAND 



CANAL STOCKS 



BOUGHT AND BOLD 
COMMISSION 



OH 



R. D. MacLachian 

Member Victoria Stnckbrokera" 

' Association. 

."" Board "of. Trade" Building. - 

Phone 2106. 



Phone .2358. 



1122. Govt. St 



Oldham & Matterson 

Members Victoria Stockbrokera' 
Association. 



Write, phone or call on us If 
you are"; buying or selling Port- 
land Canal Stocka. 




_8%" 
«1% 

59 



$0% 

Brf% 



10 
n% 



40% 

70% 



pAiBeri \V90Jon , ■ .■ 
■ nda .:. 

Atlantic "Coa«t .. 

;\ison 

j B. . A (•>. ........ 

b u.yr. 

C.C.C. J^ St. L. 

<: p. r 
c. & 

C. Ac i 
C .V N. VC 
c, M ASt. P. ... 
s ea: ' Lea t he r - — 

c. f. a 1. ....' 
Colo. «ou. .... 
fjbn • c,;.^ .... 
t'.,r.T I'i'T.dttcia 

D. &• ir :.. lt _- 

D.**Sr-R. o ••• 

Pl t U l e r B. -. . . . .-.....- 



lien. Blec .....:.'.• 
Nor. pM. ■ , ...^ 

Gt^Jiur, pfd 

I'll. ten'. ... 
Iiitcr-M" 

1 apor 
ii,.t. Pump . .,. • — 
Iowa Central 

. n. .; — .. .. 

;<ay ..;.; .. '. .' 

4-Mex- On. 2nd. . . . 
M.. St P. *«, 
M.. K. A T. ..... 

Mo. 1'ac. . .* 

£?!ijt bead ■ • 

da Consol .-. . 

& W. -• 

. .,....,;. 

\nr. i'ac 

Pacific Const .... 

[0 Mall 

.... . 
., 
PreaSi : • ■.• • 
ting • • • ■ 



% 

-\\ 
38% 

68 
118% 110% 117'a 
.: l'32*» 131 13'2 

. . 37 3"5%- 37 

'.. 118% llOr 11.2*i 

.. 98% .01% 

.. 107% 101 » 4 107 

... 74 1\ 74 

.. M '-■ 16 

. . is; isi 186 ' 

.. 74 70% 73% 

.. 2 3% 23. 38 

. . 142 188% HI 

... 118*4 113>i 11.7 
... 8«i , M 

,.. J2 88 :tl 

, .;. 1 32 . \<i 120." 1 
.. . 13% ' 11% . 



t' THE LOCAL MARKETS j; , 

V '- - — — ■' ' '- *■' 



— " -r J ■ ■ ■■■ ■ 



'158 ir.7 

JS .. 

. l'l& 23% 

110., I !M 

1LT. f30% 

■ 

128 125% "1 

; ? "*9%-» 10 




• L.J.B* 
..Ul% 1 

S4--'- 80 
;,%.,24&' 
- — T28' lltjtt 
■ % h 29 " 

--nR% •. fMS\. 

... .T.i . . BS ' W% 

t 17.%- '17% 



noor. 

rtoyal Unug-Miold, a bac . 
lj.ke of th- Wood*', « bu?: 

.' Siandnrd. a ba-s • • • 

Wild Rok, b*r «ack 

Kobln Hood, per «ack . ( . , tf . 

SnowflakF, a bag ...•.«■ 
Drtftod Snow, per «ack 
Three Slyr, per *ark . 
Moffft"» Beat, JM-r bou 

re«d»lurt». 

Bran. 4Mtr 100 |bi- ... 

Shorts, per 100 1ba . 

MtddllnfTi, per 100 lbt. 

uati. per 100 lba .... 

Kced Wheat, per 100 .Ilia. ..... 

Crushed Oata. per 100 lba,'.; 

Barley, per ,100 lbs 

Crushed Barler, -?*r 100 lba.. 

Chop Feed. per. 100 lbs. .... 

Whole Corn, por 100 lba 

Craiked Com, per 109 lba... 

Feed. Cornmea.1. por 100 lba. 

Hay. Fnmer ulver. per ton... 

ila>." pralrta 

1 \ Eg«a— . ■■ . 
'Kreah IalandrTn r r".aozr-n 

Kaslern Efgs. per doicn .... 
Chrese — 

i.aneilian, per lb. ...'. 

Neufchatfcl. each 

Cream, local, each • 

Butt*r— 

Alberta, per lb ...*•*• 

n,-st' Dairy 

■"Victoria Creamery. . per lb. ...... 

r:o«lchan Creamery. per_,lb.<i. 

Comox Creamery, ptr lb. .'... 

Salt 'bprloa la. Creamery, lb.. 
Mei.Cs. 

Iterf, per lb. ................ 

Mutton, per lb. .............. 

Mutton, Australian .......... 

Veal, dressed, p«t lb ........ 

Ge^se. drcsse'd, per lb. .^.... 

Chickens, per lb 

Chickens, per lb., live w.lght 

Ducks, dressed. l>ei lb 

llauis, per lb. ......... 

Pork. •• •• ■•■^ ... 

.Fruit. 
FlKs. table, per.fjb* .. 



Phone 



2456 

.1. 



P.O. Box 753" 



N. B. Gresley 

Stock Broker and Financial 

Agent 

Member Victoria Stock Brokers' 
Association ~~ 

•, K( .Montreal and local 

stocks bdugfhl i'nd sola oh com- 

niissooi i;c;tl oFtato. Insurance, 
. untlnffi \^< 

_■ ^.Room 16, Ma Won Blockr" ." - 



Wo have aoina 
lota for salo 



g-ood Stewart 



w 



Mining Stocks 



ABK "JS FOB PRICES 

Buy or Sals 

Portland Cx' 

Stewart \1)i,!ng. 
1 : ■ . i 1 I i ff ; » 

'.tacler Creek, • 
Portland Wonder, •'■ • , . 
American Canadian «011, 
Canadian Northwelst Oil. 
WiCiHOEN, QWYHN St CO.. 
Vancouver. >S$ 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 

■ 




Co., Ltd^ of Victoriar^B-. C. 



40 

,so 



'\. 



ii::', HO* 1 1 ■••> 
18 10%; 41% 

, 113 



Fresh Jersey Cream ' ' • Boitlecj Milk 

JCjDwichan Creamery Butter 
. Ice Cream . Cowichan Fresh Eggs 



Pandora Avenue 



Victoria 



■ajsasassajsjaaje aa aa as a ja , 




.au«.u 

.31®. 2» 

.1: J JD 



Lemons, per dosen 

' ■ - iK*S, 



.....'.. ~ 1 



■r 



..... * . ^, 






32% 



ft 7 
117 

[do 

'. .■:; 

', 129 
K'l 

14C% ^140& J I 

Hook lKlari<T .......' g 31 

$ios8--^^^V.— vtt. «3-r "63% 64 

Son. Pac. ,..,:....".. nr, 10a -ll-'t'% 
gfaii-Ry. .:, *^ 

Tenn. Copper ....... ^ s i 21%_21% 

.. M|| -7 27% 

'Plilfd. A vtme . . . . v 7% 

Tol.. . ; % ... -',•-•. 23 
Twin I'lty ... ■ «• 

Union Pa 

I run PtOe "lfi. IT, 
1%%-r. «8.% 71%° 

Hi.'.i 113% 



Naval 
Bananas ...... 

Apples.. 3 lbs . . 

Hlrubarb, ,per lb. ^ 

Asparagus", (lornl) 

Green Peas, I- lba. . . 1 

Spinach, 5 lba — «-....»•;» 

Apploa, 1 I , 

Grape Fruit, <Cal.) ...;« 

Grape fruit (Florida) . v . /.»»■. ^ . 
Htrawberriea, per box . .': .""<. ,vj 

I'lirlll'ix. 

Onions, * lb» for ••"<• 

Bweet Fotaioea. 3 lba..... — 

Beets, per lb . •;. **% . ...*•>•■ 

Carrota, per lb. ..."... i ..... . 

Onions (Australian) 3 lbs. .. 
Tomafoes (Florida), per lb.. 

1 11 .• « . 1 ' each. . .." 

Artichokes. Jerusalem, |b .... 

Parsley, per bunch .- 

Cel»ry, per bunch 

1 tieumbera' ........ ...... 

1 , g, local, per aaok . .. . 
Po,totoes. Aahcroft, per aack.. 



+++ .,„„.♦.♦♦♦*♦ »»««»♦ , ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦•- »»»»»»»» »« . » ' * * «* ****** ***' 

; Stewart ^Stewart! 

- . a . 

■^ The/Railway Co. Are Grading Their Railroad- J 

t " Scmv^an.l 5*tt';un. k^, loaded with railroad supplies, arriving 4 
I dailv./ Tlve KafJiva. .ernment 'wharfs arc neanng -I 

V cbgfeletlotT I imon r ha vcic-t th ntrac%4€yf > . ^T 

;-a/?4AX) court house. Don't wait until all the- world knows } 
this Buy now and'Sell on the rise. - (._> 

STEWART LAND COMPANY : 

Board of- Trade Building ' _ I 

I =, si. 



♦ > H »M I »« 



• ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦••♦■« 



C^pl 

... .'»■-■ 

■ on 



, 

■ ■ I . . .. . . . ■ 

itui sales, i,577.ri0o. 



I V 1 ., 



39%' 
b4 

16 - 

r.8% 



i. 

61% 



Phone 1C00. 



Million Bulldlnsj. 



N.B. MAYSMITH& Company, Ltd. 

Membera of Pacific Coaat Stock Exchang-a." 



Wo win sell, subject t<> «ftwrfte« 
ma tlori 

20 ai ■ .-&—D* f 

boo r.rnT.'.i..r o. k. ■ a( 

2000 Portl.-md . . Oi'i'Udi-ioiifjfnt, 

' 



IOC. 



I 



,1 buy, subject to confirma- 
tion — 

rortland C&nal nt ."' 

■Ie..' ... .■ [*>& b at $» Mi 
1000 ■ ■ ' anyon nt E20. 

4000 iiunii Portland at l.ftn. 

L00 i at 7.0c, 

ii i C ill. $1.40. 



Spaclalista In Portland Canal Stocks. 



-Tptatoos' * >6. 

h . '. ,'. . . . 

>ii.! .nee. riew. per lb. . . . 

Lettuce, a head 

Garlic. Der lb. .: *., 



EOSTON MININO STOCKS. 



..... | I 

Id'd p : ,..-.' \ 

36; Ai. Athvn 

dltion, ; , ' 

■ ■ ; ■ 

Daly. ' 

'. . Lb • I 

, i .■ ■: • m.... . . 

; I '. I" '., 

• .-. , . , i n-1 i lorninion, :n , 

,i j, . i ■ Barred | Quia :■ 

i . l S*s ; Sni>"ii"i, 88; Ttunarabk, 



Stocks 



MININO AWD 
sold 



INDTTSTR.XAI,. 

mmiflalpn; 



1 STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK .& BOND BROKElRS 

Members Chicag4Kl5oard of Trade 
Victorra Stockbrokers Assn. 



$B 



Fred Ritchie & Co. 



14a 6 Mahoh Bldg. 



1114 Government Siree 



I ;|)].;i<-: ii"! i i r, .\!.[. E ?< i * 1 1 A \CKS 

Dealers ir. l-'-'cal Stocks.'; M'^nicipali, Government, .Railway, 
Trust and All Other Debentures 



Mi n 



* ' on.. 






. \ ! • 1 I 



!. \\ !:• fa 



IP iti'i'i, 



■ York, Boston, Montreal 



TJfebnoy Boap — dnslntectae* — U strong^ 
NwcfluncQclad by tha in«dioaJi prolesaion fJi 
»asi««u*rri a>gaiaa» la^wtwr^ ^ ia a a j si 4j 



Advertise in the Colonist 



1 



_38_*HSS!« 



20 



„ 



VICTOWA 0AILY COLONIST 



FridWn Joiy 1, i»ta 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING HATES 

v — 

One cer,' a word each (natation; 10 per 
•rent. discount for alx or mote cuinH-ullve 

Insertion*- each with ord.or. No advertise* 
mvrat accepted for less than 'Jo oantfc 
business ami .I'rulesMlonal Cards'-'-o. four 
tin** or under— $1.00 p«V week. 
No advertisement. chui'Ked on account for 
lei* 1 than $2.uu J. '~ s 

phone No. 11. , 



■■BUSINESS D IRECTOR Y 



■ ■ H i. 



DIAMONDS 



W'.B SBL_. ONJLY THE VKHY MNEsT 
• selected noii'ei, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



AR( 1IITM IS 



Gil. I. IN.' 11. i | HOI'S ARCHITECT, 614 
.ales street Victoria 



GRll-'FlTH. II B 
Govern 



ARCHITECT, 1006 

lUt-Xll St. -Photic 14.SK. 



4JTOOPBB THi'MA.i, ARCHITECT — IN 

JL.l practice In n C tor tur.ii> ftvs years 
plans and -specifications furnished on a-ppll 
Cation. ». > i it c. . .. BtsWa BlocK, Phone : »27. 

jbxmW' B ■ - ROniTHC-T— K AND 7 
Five Bisters Bldcfc, Tel: Rea, H- 7.0.4; 
Olfti ■ . 11.67. ■ ■ 



Al ,\ri.i:uK, - s. 



which we bus dlreot 
'from the .utters. The rrioaeraffi prroes at 
which, vin sell these are the- iiewt of nul- 
la rg_.__ug_u_*,._.,Kct'lfcrn &'■ Hone, 
Merchants— Government Itreet 



I ,IUII1.J_U 



HVK WORKS 



Be. steam DVK WORKS- -THB i.AH- 
• bcbi dyeing and cleaning works In tn* 

province. Country oi'd.ra sollcltid. Tot, 
200. J. Renfrew-, proprietor. ■ ' 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



J'OTTKRY WAJUt. I6TC. 



SBWBR PIPE. FIELD TILS. GROUND 
Fire Clay, Flower Pots, etc. ». ^ 
Ltd., Cor. Broad and Pandora 



Pottery Co. 

Hts., Victoria, 1). C. 



HEAL ESTATE AGENTS 







1UTHBBRT, HERBERT * CO.; 



"BAR- 

r:.mi>i Victoria Heal Batata." _E»y«"" 
menls, timber ar-d fruit lands, BIG fort St. 
Phono 1610. Cable .address. "Cuth bert. 



j>Ari,K STEAM 1>V Itl WoHliS--JI» FORT 

X . street. We clean, press and repair 

ladles' ami Bcntwmcii's garments equal to 

new Phone «2t. ■'- 

VICTORIA - ' .S'T-AJ- DVK WORKS. "*** 
For-, street] teleplxo'jjo 717 Ladies 
and Gentlemen's garments cleaned or d yed. 



DRAYMEN 



eF.I.WOi.D U ATKINS. . AIU'IUTI-:/'! 
. liuniii W ' Five - Kters Block, V Iptorln, 

H o. i . ,. phi at t 2186V. Krsi.i i 

L-u;>s, ■" * . 



A it i <.i 188 



AF. Kul. A 
. (txii i u " 



F "box. o\ t)H a vvi. -tv i KAits 
\i i Glass i 
lights tut- churches, schools ahd prlval 
dwellings-. Works and * Vans >t. 

Phone i.'.n. - ■ . 

AVT i HISHOESI & CO.. MANUFACTUlt- 



s 



i il- I'll IB ti r> Wharf 
|i |.ii..n e m. , 

AND DRA* J' S'°-~ 



i t eaney; jos] P'i 



VICTORIA TRUCK 
Tel 



dephone 1 1 



Kl.it TltO I'l.HIM. 



Your T,\in.i.t\.\i.K repeated as 
ii. w. Guaranteed to be h_nd>burnis_" 
, ,j, -i i,. b . si k i vvh "method ""' viui.ibllity. 
Bond fe Jessop, 622 Johnson s treet^ 

iXJECTiUCIANS' & .EJJKCTiUC Sl/mjKK 



Iv,.,i'.& Tt'SiiN. BLECTRICAX. CON- 
' ra Motor boats, gasolla^ ens" 108 ' 



r-ra of leaded "it glass. See us before 

ftlaolng your order B ring n. specialty.,, ; 

FIm.ii. 2268, 808 Fdtt street. .r~ 

AU TOMOltll I 9 

\\M n i:'. MOTOR & BITP-pi/i' CO*- 

>> patty, l. - f Clark, .Ma n a g er. 

tjgentj tor Buiokf, PrahkUasj numbers, 

Element Talbois ami i: .'era Storagi 

p i i, | p i . . . | i and ma kcs. Hulk gaso- 

Bae and ' : pairs, 

plant. Sigh Class livery. . 'lYb'iihouu G»6. or 

u line busy so«7. 



TiHphe A-1H6, 735 Foft , St. 



.Vl)\ lie I 1S|N(, M.I N. i 



A DVKRTlslNO AGEWCTf (CHJNH8E)— 

"Jrx. Wins on. i.'..'j t;. • 
83.' : 

B \i... ••.) in i i . i t;\ 



HAWKlNy ft HAVffiiUJi. 728 - VAXES 
St , -llircU'W-lnns; all Ulnda. of ...su, ■ - 
d, Installations and repairs i 



B.Ul>LO\ MI.N l Id itl Vt 



THB .JAPANESE. vJ EN KRAI. 
Co.. I. id . it; 1 7 Store St. P. o. I : 
388. All kinds of contract uhd labor supply. 



M 



ARRIOTT 



FEUAJWS- 



HKA1. ES 
nl 

Ofncpa Vanoouver, n«-w Wwitminster »nd 

Vlotorla lilti Trounce/ Avenue. Phone Bit)., 



i.ate, loans, tin-t.cr, inliir" and mnlals. 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



AO. 9. COURT NORTHERN LIGHT, 
• No. 8(28. meets at Foresters 1 '*Hali; 



8135. meets at 
Broad street, 2nd and «th Wednesdays 
F. Fullerton, secretary. 



W. 



KOF P., No. 1. FAR WEST LODUK. 
. Friday, K. of V. Hall. cor. Douglas 
and Pandora streets. J. L. Smith, K. of R. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



)0NOEN 



and S. Box 644. 



ll J rouneey 
"HOWARD 



ffOTTs! HOWARD A. O.— HEAL t.S- 
IL tat" Financial and Timber agents, in 
business In VJotofia for oyor twenty y«ars v 
Offlea 1130 I'ort street. '*■ ________ 

r I , a a . ■ k B 'el lTan~dbrkon „ .0O.--RBAL 

I . alut. m, vllinliiT loans, rentals, collections 
Offices! Reglna, BaMTC; mid Vletewa, l>- U 

Ofllci . I ' I H Ili-Oad St. Rhone l.'J2. 



SAIIMAKBRS 



r_r-NH} >%■■ BRO.v sah.maivKRs. TKNTS, 
tl awnings, ..hum furnRur* vVarehousu 
670 3ol>nson st ghgha [M _| .. 



BAND ami GRAVEL 



ii e. SAM' - <:ha\ i:i. CO ECOOT v\-- 
1 >. Jul. in-. m si. r. l [8B1 u ash< d nod 
graHafl unuti; gr_vej for ooncreti worlc,JJe- 

;,..,!,, I ivj i ,. on suows, at Royal B ay. 

'It! I I LIN EH A M - SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL 

1 Co., 633 STati a Bl Bi ret nt d lanW and 

f ravel, graded: 'broken rock, blaok soil, etc 
..'■ ...Mb., .-.. Manner. 2U*; Rita, 

!: 1881. •"■;•. ' 



CJON8 OF ENOLAND( B. 8. ALEXANDRA 
O- Lodge 116 meeti 1st and 3rd Wednes- 
day, K..V Of P. HsUl,. W. Appleby. Foul Hay, 
Rresldwnt; J. Ccitchley. Secretary. Sidney. 



TO' _KT— HOUB1SKKEPINO KOOMBJ 

I.^OR RENT-TWO K1RN1HHED 1IOUSE- 
- keeping rooms, one large front t" 'i - 

alttlutf room, the other kil.heii with b:i> 
COOkaf, sink, hot and .old Water, electric 
light, .-to., bath. J4 .60 Weekly, tunica. M4 
Courtney street. _____ 



ino RENT— FOUR 1 'NFU KN ( IHH KD ROpstS 
-I Apply *t6l RrouHhton atreet. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



WaNTKO-WHi- AND BOARD. 



CARPENTER WANTS SINC-LK ROOM 
and board. _tate terms. Apply Box 
SU5 Colonist. - 



ry\Q LET— SUITE OF ROUS 
-L rooms rS'erythliiK modern,' 
etC, Apply iM4 Fort ati'e.l, 



.CEEPINO 



S l 



ONS OF ENGLAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 
Lodge. A. O.K. Hal'. Rroad atreet, 

2nd and tlh Tueadaya. President C. ■ - 

eroy, Victurla W.ai. Secretary, W. Dawson, 
lleud Street, Esijultnal t. ■ ■ ' ' 

SnflBTY FOR THE PREVENTION OF 
Cruelty tO Animals. «Of0ej" 1 ai_ llroad 
atteet. ■ ■ I'lion-e, lnapeetor . Russel, l»' r .,"' 1 '' 
rotary 1,2343. ■, 



TO LET IIOI'SKKEEPING 
1 KuuUioliii. 



ROOM*, 731 



¥N.l rilNI.MIKli HOI'SKKKEl'INO Rm'i.MS 
i922 N 



v'nrih Park street. 



[1 



ANHSOMH, WK1.I. FfKNlSHlCI) ROOMS 

pleasant 
Esquimau 



BOARD AND ROOM UV YOUNtl MAN 
from Eastern Canada In private house, 
Within ten minutes' of postdffioe at an 
.suitable charirc. Best of rer.renee.s. Ans- 
wer must state price and location. Hox 
334 t.olonlst. . ' - 



CON 



l-KOI'KH 



ADVERTISING 



KOPKHTV K»« BALE 



TO LET— HOUSES 



LET- FURNISHED SKVEN H< M >M 
house, Vancouver street, lor summer 



t BNAPr-io ACRES SOUTH 
-A. t.'lil|«f'ft Co,, 707 ft Yat|-s. 



SAANIOH. 



SALE— SIX ROOMED COTTAGE, 
Inn at new at 1> 7 4 Caledonia avenue. 
AfrpTy owner. .1335 Edmonton road. _____ 

,,OR' SALE—FIVE ACRBfi. ONB' Mt'-W" 
from AH.erul, blttck loam, easily elear- 
»-.1, eluup Cm i*a*n John ttannon, Slay wood 

pnat<__ — _ ' . • 



» ul 



1 



TO 
house, Vancouver street, tor aurnmei |iu|[ saI.K-TWo illoH'K LOTS UN El) 
months. Close to ear and citj A|...l> phone _1 mnnton road 
1.9 77 or B. White, 604 Brou«hton Mre.l. 



bouse .\li« Walker "Wolialoii 
Roiul. c|i> Limit's. , . . 



\\ T ANTKD ■ FURNISH KD AND U N l-'t ' R N - 
VV lalie.l housekeeping rooms for 



/ I »» lslll-.l liriUHi n.epiiiu roQina iyi ... 

CONBENSED ■ 'ADVERTISING .^:;',;;^, { ^f^r^ V 



i. in- list 
o„ aos 



HELP WANTED— MALE 



W'ANTLD \VlLL FDUCATKD HOV w 

\> learn office work & •!"•• •» ' 

'; 

BBttilABIife -BO.yH 



learn office 
j, iBtofl'li e bo.\ 6 2,;« 



W'A.NTKD - ..S'l-RONti ---• 

>> to assist Btorekeeper. AppiJ ' 



Mario.. Rftllwaj 1'ompniii. 



Ml OKI HAM) 



SRGRTHANOeSCHOQL ""!' HltnAU'BT,, 
ghni tljaoo. F> i"'"' Ring, 
Bookkeeping, Telegraphy thoroughly taughL 
Graduates good J -• ' ■ 8. A - - Mu c- 

millan, principal, ■ '. ■ ■ -. 



Y_\7TNG. o.N. 1709 GOV'T SI I i- 



II HMI I Kl M<1\ 1M. \ \>S 



U^SB HURT'S PADDED FURNJXURU ANl*!^ 
Lho moving vans. Phone 6 2. 8. -vOtflca. . „ 



785 Pandora' 






,.l \-^ \M. «.l \7.ING_ 



HA8TT DICLIVLLV __R\ UK- !'!> 
907. Express, transfer WSgons srrd - - 
toesai ngera promptly supplied, inn Cormor-. 

ant si ______________ 

.TORIA TRANSFER CO.. LTD.. TEL- 



yi.' 



rphone 128., 



Bl 



1INE SHOP. 76D 



MARCONI Bill 
Cateir' street. Rhone J86i Experienced 

, • any article -in the 

tnechanlenl liii-- )u tna-s. iron , or steul. 
i . . ' ges • ■ osunable. 



Hi i i ii;i\ I I 



VM. M. 

I~JKINTsTTa-N\ i CH IN ONE PlECB. 

.' six cents per foot. Timber ami land 
maps. Electrlo Blu* Prints and t 

1..- ! ., St. - ■ 

uo.vi.N. \.Nu"j_>tGK>ijiii8- r« ' 



VICTORIA BOAT & ENGINE CO. I TO 
ii.._ts ami launches built; satin 

i.'Sigoa. Shop. .424 -David '.atreet 

V\ I' I II k,. man i :o5 _ — 



_'_ 



.BOOKH1ND1 R.S 



' 



the result Is equal In pro.iortlon. 



11(1111 VM> >1IUI tt I' RKIMi 



EVERY DE--' • 'ii ' " •' 
I"...!.' I 

Laded, etc. Th kl 

r. 



•rtta'l. 
Fort 



II lllliHtlti; 



PR 1 Pit. E. G. St' CO. — 1 1 A RD W A RB AND 
' agricultural in ier> of 
Johnsop and Goveitim. nt Sts. - 



rpilB HICKMAN TYE"HARD\\-.ARE CO.- 
JL Ltd.,' Icon, steel, hardware, cutlery, 36- 
sud 84 Yates strOU Victoria. B. C;. , 



ttul H S XM) RKSTAI HANTS 



St WI.NGIN"' 



\\,*ANTED— RY STEAMSH IP 

\\ good aolicitoi and t, ■!-■,'. i- a»«it_oi 
ci mnvlsslon for .-ity oi \ letoi la. 

i", , 



tjOMP I N l 

on 

\ppiy Box 



\\TANTLU- FOUR HOYS TO " I • I ' - ' " 
\ V mainm.s in ih- HM.-rn.iimniil . «.c ' 
July 4ti,. Ml. and 6tih -M"' 1 - J*m«i -' ! " 1 
,i, ,\ is. IQ08 c,,,.. i iBtaent sti 



w 



'a.n I'l.i' im:i\ i.ii AX 8. 



. MARKET 



LINKS '_ YARDS ' . . w RKS1- 

deie i ook SI, Phone 1791). 



CNG ON, 1702 GOV'T ST. PHONS If 



STENCIL AND SKA- LN ( . It A M N., 



CtENBRAL ENaBAVBH AND BTJ 
X Cutter, tie...' Crowther, 12 Wharf St.. 



h'.hlnd PoBt Office. 



,,,,,; M, I VNI. P. tltKKOl'SINO 



KHVHN. ____ WHARF ST.. FOOT 
.1 . tnmisaloB, atoraj 
housing, manufacturer's aK'nt and IJOnd 
I'.ione 3*4. P 



O. Box 4«S. 






19 JOHNSON BT. 



/"I.U.lFuKMA HOTEL, 
\J newly tlttfcd up from bottom to top, 
good accommodation, sporting com- 
prising life-sized photos ot all the noted 
sports and athletes up to the present day. 
, »ays supplied with best goods. Tlioa. 
n, Manus. proprietor. ' * 

Niwii HUUNHWICK, NICEST Lo- 
cation in Vletorln. nle.ly furnished 
j_oms at .moderate prices. Weekly ratta 
All cara pass hotel. Two entraine*. corner 
i i>.iu_iaa. Phono 817. 



MtHE COLONIST HAS, T H K —8 ^^BSTT _TnHl_~TC<3rH_"ETR3TA L HOTEL. CORN 
-L ea.ulpe_\bO' y In the province; Jt Douglae .and Cormorant Sts., oppoSI 



-HHB LCHINB3 . Ti 

X iv'fn satisfactory Is the'" Cham- 

pion. Made expressly for shoe r.-palrilig. 
Try them. Htbb's, 3 Oriental Alley, oppo- 



site Fan luges. 



— 



1(1)1 1 t I - 



ALL KINDS OF BOTTLES WANTED— 
.Gooil prices paid. —AUctorla Junk 
>(?••"■•?•. D''2ii Sli-rrc ' street. 'Phone iWR. 



HI II III RB VNI. . "N i i; \< iixts 



City Hall. 'Rencvai.'d throughout. i 
second to mme In city. Bar replete with 
the best European plan oriT.y. Pool room 
In "connection. J. Luc as, Prop. Phone 1702, 

ON'EY PROPERLA' INV'EST BD-1,1 



■L'SLNU- 
O ...r-'space. Apply W. W. Dun- 

1 6 Yatea P. O. Box 17», City. 

r^OX;, i: FQH LAND CLEARING, 

( Henry M WaHier, Sl&S 

L .17114. ' ' 



V \ ' VN T BD - ^HMAR T BOY FOR " OFFICE 
W App)y in writing to Box 480' Colonial 



rpn l.l-ri' l-THMSII 1.-1D AND 'l'Wo I'N- 

1 furnished i i* st»lta_ie fci housekecp 

Iiik with use of hath. 881 North P— Ma Bt 



nhO I.I0T, FOR SJUMMER a|onths, PI it 
L niah.-d cottage at CoWova Bay, water 
frontage. Ideal situation, water lakLnn, eta 
i:.i.i f26 pei axon to api.ij B. C. L.anar«S 
Investment A gency, U22 t;uvt rmuent St. 

J\ LMSlluTT HOUSE" TO l'.UT ON DAI..- 

las road, Rnaa Bayj six rooma and 
iiath with slectric light ami nxodom oon- 
, onleni • s, Ri asdrtkbh renl to rtghl pai t*t » 
ti>. a year ApplJ t«88 Dallas road 



B 



HOUSKKKHPINO Koii.MS, 1U24 VANCOU- 
■ > ' HI l'..et. 



rp«; i'.c .'! i m i I, Nil h i.n HOpSE- _t 



T 

4-. 'keeping sul .-. 

Johnson hi i • B1 



i:,,«. tnod'-rn. C23 



TO HEM' 



1 v „ I ' I N ' , I • It I \ I i . I Bl I BS TO ItENT^ 



c 



V\.'ANTED IO HUNT. I .N U I I i.M.SJ I I . I > 

»)> new kouse with furnace Occupy be- 

BOX ' 476, 



^/•A.^ll'-l' TO RUNT. 
n, \v UOUHe ' " 
l:in-i.V|.: i/et 1st 



VMi.sn P.O. 



on road facing Howard sLr««t. 
Easy terms. Owner leaving city. Hox 4*1 
Colonist , ft 



IJiOR SALE— A FIVE ROOMED TVriV r g&"' 
on the Goldsti'eam road, fiv« mlrMit** 
Horn ii.lv.. mil station. 8 inllea from VI. 

torin and ii' acrea Prftse |8>800. Apply a. 
i: BVawIng ColwCod. 



ARE vor LOOKING l'oit a SNAP?-- 
'V 12.000 buys Hie finest double corner la 
Vancotivei hIi.vi. tw.. b looks from lleaoou 

Hill, I0S frontiiK''. 'for quick sale. Apply 
. i ' ■ .( i v.lllson street. 



J© I.KT il\K l-'IV I'' -Ri " 'MKl' '"!'! 

a_to R two st,. i • j ii.'iK. . ;n per 
month ■ ich ^ llOl Hillside avem. 



1ii')iMitHKi> hoi :-t: OI BIX ROOM-, 
' i in n'a, e ami Lew- oi ■ ■ i eni i " 

let for a year. Box 450 ColopTst'Tyrflce. 

I r URNISH"ED HOUBB TO' RENT, GORGE 
, ,,,,.1 ,,, bj Qovei nnrwvt aire. I ' .-> 
room's, I'.i'h. electric (Jght, gka sti Vpplj to 

L ) _ J . ,. ,' , 1 1 K I • , 1 1 ' , 



/po l.t.T s\ ULL iFURWISHED 



NTELLIGENT MARRIED MAN NS 

, «d tor gen. i . »"i ''■ « - L 'V " ,T 

»,h house and garden t_ g^tat; 



rwr — Irving Wh eatcrofl 



Ad. '.aide street 
S43 



TO W< ■ I |,n 

Ing, \v iisu'n Brothers. ■ 



VV'MIOD- 

> > Am 



\Y 



'A.NTED-STRONO Bi- 

houa' Box 487 C-lont-t. '_ 



w 



ii, a. I, Foul 'Ha. in' Box '469 Co lojiist. ' 

1*OH RENT— STOTTE- "tVITll" IIASEM KNT_ 
,2.. J ,ll...s «H' Bt in 11" l" « P I 

I'-io.-Js, _o_ Eftal •' Dnuglaa street. Thla i k ,.,.,, lMg rooms, desirable home. 

ele«ant r.lri mool store And light airy con .. _.„ „,,,..„, , ,. ,r7jSgS — _, ! .-, 

crate boaemcnl presents a mmgrrtflrrnt •■■"-■ j-rhrr 
portuntty for a business Jn the very In-nit 
of tin - ol V It lorla. Apply. t_ 

: ;ooins, -u-rr-rtalrs. 






p., i.l.ni OR FOR* H.VLE- NICE FIVE 
I Cfttlag : ■ ..• i i electric llk'ht. 



One jniifu t48 kmrwn aa •, ■ . Barn! froiuing on '. 



Afrrrry" Owner, I'.O. Box 



mo C_fT l'l\l'l BOOMED FURNIBHBD 

I e,,ttiigi i derlck atr.et Apply So. 

1190 fori street '"-* — '"**?.:.„„ 

q'VO LET— FURNISHED. FOR TWO 

"i liu.ntliH. from first July the residence 



Ul'VUNTV Ai'UL.S,. CU.VU'RISING 15 
IO cleared tboroughiy, 10 slashed In paa- 
'iii'.'. 18 S_d~l bottom, balance bush, wells 
ami ii" l., six r frame house,- commo- 
dious bam. .nil, i bmbl lu^s. Two miles sea. 
one mill store, postofftce. "and" school. Price 
*D,000. Btoclt iiti ,if desired apply "Hun- 
garton" Maple Hay, Van ouvor island. 



|,""> ; BAt,B> I'HUI.K SPLENDID,, LOTS. 
X ' 165 fw-L frontage with corner. Cash or 
terms Appij HI* Oswego Btreet. .J 



TO i.i 1 G TENTS. BOARDED 

-,i - and floor, sandy beach. Apply 
■ • i 1st. ' -. -.","- 



,1,1. -CAPABLE SALESMAN 
f cover British Columbia with 

dne. Hmh eommlssions. with 51m; monthly 

1'iirmani n ' '' "' 

■i.-u^ i tin w r___i • . ._... 

WANTED— A FARM HAND. ONE WHO 
can milk. Holmes Oralgflower bridge. 
Phone Rl 367. • ■ - ■ ■ 



TEA- VNH i .il I I 1 S 

PIONBBR GOFFBH & SPICK MILLS,- 
\I., ibroka street. Victoria lels-i 

■ r ..'<7 ■ ' ' 



t nnii.it. LANBs, i.m 



. ■ .1. Bl lOO. ! l"' ' 

I ■ mining. Office linperisl hotel. 

i- i ' Bos 54)8, • 



I M.I Itl VKINl. VNI. I M It VI MING 



B. 



.\I 



tal nets' ny purchasing the best 25c in 
th.- -rt.ty -at TI.. Cafe . ■ ' 

r Or K. COFFEE HOUSE. HAS JUST 

A be. n up. n. d for. business At. 1625 Store 
street. Meals. 15c and up. 

ANIBR HOTEL AND~~ CAFE— ALL UN- 

ti.-ip. 660 Johnson'- St.; Why pay 

more v hen sou ran ci t tdm b* Bt for less. 

rvRANK. U. HUME— CONTRAtJTOR AND I Meals 20c; rooms 25c and up. Bar H 



builder. Plana ami specification, pre- 
pared for approval. Estimates furnished 
on any claaa of slruftui or. Rol- 

and Ave. and Oxford Brv .-P. >' Ihv Vl>. 



with best goods. Joseph Balangno. Prop 



LL'NEY BROS, BUILDERS AND CON- 
traetors. at, i to give prices on qr^-- ■vi(Tii»M-ir»rt)EH NEW MAN- 

ull building and Jobbing work. Phono t"79.-Hfcf P 1 / ,1, , „,„T in ,iiv nu, 

ji,„,l i,. vi) or oi.i.r ' - - t - 1 - agement* Most r.ntral in City. BUS 

w , lUt.nil to >oui ,ii,i. . ■_.„„._... „„j ^._-.__ rr-r.,1, _— > * 



LUMBER 



CO.. * bTD.'=r 
Office 7i)l BroUghton, Phone. 1806. 



\\'USTHOL.ME 
>> General' Contractors and Bulldera 



.< HIROI-ODV 



MRS. CA. 
Fort, at 



CA.MPUELL, 

reet. 



CHIROPODIST '.»<« 



rpUE* WILLOWS— "THOROUGHLY BBNO 
1 n it, and equlpje d ln-^the 

, mi i s.,i\i i R8 >nd m a\rj \tnt> , .at modern and-Trr^ro-da'te style.' and sup- 

•plled with neat . Roods. Alex. Linsky, .prop. 



1.-V G. 
. engineerin«r and 



-All .kinds 61 

. airr-Vejrlng undertaken. 

Railroad location and construction a' ape- 

' •*■ . 

/"tOllE A _IcGREGOR— J. HERRICK Mc- 
I I IrSjgor, Mgr. ' Land Snrv. yor and 
civil eiigin hambers, ,P. O. 

Ro_ 152- Tel, A504. Fort Gcurge office. J. 

j , . mpl.ton. Vgr. ( - ■ -• — 

EOBERTSON. A. L— BRITISH COLL'M- 
bla Land Surveyor (11 Fort stra-t. 
is, B. C. Telephone Ij-_517. I*. O. Box 

-; « .i -■'.... 



( VRI'l n | | |{S, HUN ! RS, lOI'.IU RS 

CAPH '. '■ fvTER .'. iilNG 

factory,, Alfred Jon_*_ All klndB ol 
alt. rations, jobbing .work, 1008 Vaac • 
and YatCS s'treeti-of u c o' phone B2'011. R'ea ' 

M^nlPtV- ' ' — ' 



STRAND l"l':, JOHNSON ST. 

O tlways open. European plan; cuisine 
unexcelled; bar best goods; rates moderate. 
•Wright & 'FauSkner. Plion.'" 1106. 



nj^ets- air "st. amera , ami drains. Graham ft 
Grant, proprietors. P hon o- 480; — . — i — 



c FUNERAL FUltNISHING CO., 101i 
Gov't St. Tel: IISS, 2230 .2287. 2238. 

!39 Prompt -attention. Cnas. Haywant,- 
Frcs. ; A Hayward, See.: F. Caselton. Mgr. 

rpHE VICTORIA UNDERTAKING PAR- 
X lors, 577 Yatea' -St. CXpt I m em- 

balming; line parlors 'and chapel.' \Y • H. 
smith. Mgr-.. Phono 892. — - 



r. 



IRLS AND BOYS WANTED AT Till) 
Colonist office lor a,- few months. 



BOOTBLAi i. i AAl )PPLY- 
b 1 1. ■ **- . ■•,""" '■ 

O _ET— ROOMS AND OFFICE APPLY 
In 7 ill POft Htr. . Klaa Bt 

fTiO RENT— LA RGE MODERN OFFH'F.S. 

I ' water, ateanx heat, 

:rht: ■ His Johnson street 

17UJR RENT— MODERN OFFICES AND 
irulshed rooms. -'Bannerman ,x 
building, corner Hroad and Johns 
Opens June 101 ii. Steam heat, hot and cold 
• ■- rn i ich room. 



Ill I V \V \N 1 I I. 1 I M VI I 



''ANTED— A CI COOK, ALSO 

a. housemaid. Must have good I 
ences. Apply I *!y, 1715 Rockland 

...■. - _, 



w 



NV 



rANTBD— MAID FOR GENER _ 



at om .Plain - smal 1 "family. 

llf.7 Roc kland avenue.--" ' 
\\TANTKD "A LA l.'NDKESS. "ONE.. WHO 
\> can take clothes home. None but a 
first class one. treed apply. -Must have best 
of ref. re • "^ ' '*_______.' 



\Tfr- MVPB&r-* > CAPABLE WOMAN ' 

>> houra daily fi.r general h«U^ 

in family, no children, no «««>»«. 
. between 11 ana I p.m.. 1 



POl Mill VNI, I |\ I'JS'l'tll'K 



. hail iuke, - Duricuns, has one— large Uvlh 
room, five bedroorna, kitchen, pantry, hath- 
ri. om, extrS wjj, • randah, . facing 

ink. . ami detached room for Chinaman or 
.inp (Jae of horBe and cart and cow in good 
. garden. Rent J«0 
per motit'l. in advance. Apply Mrs. 

Barn" Dupcan* 



LIOR SA1.K. FIVB ACltKH. OLANFORH " 
X a\. s.vcn- roomed house, 100 fruit 

trees. $5,500. Ti run. Urease & Crease. 
6 21 Foil street: - 

SMALL FA-RM-VBOUTH SAANICH. Tft 
miles from .Victoria on main road, i J 
seres, pretty six roomed bungalow, recently 
painted lnalde and out.' aprlng water on 
house, barns, stablea, five chicken houses. 
..200 fruit tre.-a, 1,000 jlrawberrlca, ,kltehen, 
garden, all small fruits', about -six acr.-i In 
oats and peas and seeded down to clover 
and grass ,'.e chickens, ducks, three l'ncu- 
batora, bropd~rs. good family coW and a 
quantity of farm Implements. A genulns 
going, concern. $2,000 takes Immediate pos- 
session. Price $7,000, 10 years to pay the 
balance. Apply J. K. ColoniaF offloe. 



ON 
Dallas road; Apply 104 Dallas' roa^d. 

... Smith. 



niu LET- 



rpo i -,Hi;uo-oTTAGB AT 1122 

-i- Vancouver atreet. also some furnli! 
housekeeping rooms, modt-rnf - ' Enquire at 
1120 Vancouver Btraei 



VV VN I I I.MISt.i.1.1 VNEOV'8 



T7SOR" SALE^A G' 1VING s 

X 1 ), ■ • ,|i. Apply I'aUl 1- 

,■.....,. i ' — 



V V .'TKl^-ll- -• BLXn BUY 

VI . . ' a yacht, 'any size on arfV 
write Momsen «. il and 

I Dominion Trust Build- 
ing. Vancouver, H.C, __:•. 



!■< . i HORS1 

_. old, ' unbroken, quiet. Apply. .Mm. 
Cliarl.H Hogg, Hill, B.C. 



1» _,. P UPILS AND ENGAGE 

in. nra d e s i red "by EngllBfi Jady. acconx- 

(lal attention' to beginners. Box 5()0 Colo- 

Ailst office. ~ . - 



HRBEH, 
horses 



B, . • DRAY 

8. thirty-two hund red, all young, 
postal brings .11). in tr, any pOll Of olty. A. E. 
,i a m. run. Gordon Head . 

WANTED — YOUNG LAYING HENS 
vVilte Box lv"ii Postoffifo stating 

JU_c*i ■- .. . •; .. . i , ' . I , 



WJ. HANNAr UNDER TAKER - PAR- 
. , lOTS '.' _ <) V.it-s SL Graduata 
College Of Knit. aiming Contractor to H. M. 
Navy. Offloe pi "cs. phone 611. >al 



I I'lllll.M I IIINI, VNI, wi . OB v 1 INI, 



STILUS Jt SHARP. CONTRA. TORS FOR, 
. Upholstering, removing and 'packing. 
etc., furniture repaired and 
t. Phpne 2149. 

VMHil t>AI.E_DR¥ GOOD^ 



WILSON HOTEL. 6 «d_X____^E,S S'F 
1 > l.urnpean plan; large and' airy roorriB;- 
ba,r supplied with best gooda Ted MjiAvoy. 
proprietor. Phorte 1632. K ' • 



ii vv t i i i R8 vv \ i i ii M ____S_- BTC. 



A. 



I'KTi'll, 1407 DOUGLAS BTREBT 
spectalTy of English watch repairing. 



IIM) 



WANTED-SCRAP BRASS, COPPER, 
xlnc, !■ ml. east Icon, sacks, bott|es, 
rubber; highest prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Ag-ncy. te-4 Store stpect. Phone 1886. 



1 VNDSt VII. LVUDL.NI.K 



J 



AMES .- SIMPSON,. 



'.lul 



TURNER BEKTON CO.. LTD.. WHOLE- 
sale dry gQOiUu^liixpnrters a&d manufac- 
turers men's raruishioits. tents. 'TJIig Horn" 
brand, shirts, overalls. -Mall orders alt. 



T 



ts HOi i S vi i WINES vnii i itji nits 

TON CO. Li P . 'V.'« 



ii tii—- Wholesale only, all th« 
liquors; direct importera 
Writ. ■ 1 prlcea. 



5~Tti ■ il YOUNG LADY *»" ^Pr'ng island. 



rJlLVKIl LAiUD V.'VANDoTTE HENS 
for sale at 82 v. each. \V. AV. Bullock, 



VV ANTED . 

>> to attend 'Of fii..-' and telephone. 1 



Cerent - I. ApplJ ?,: I 

. nmertl sir. . t, upstairs 



3 10" ,5 



WANTED— WOMAN OR' GIRL TO . 'HELI' 
TI .elth hoiifw-nrk. Gfiod wagea, 603 
Niagara ■ Phone 1.1498. ,t _____ 
\\-iNT_DVv"' 1ST WITH 
V\ cooking, family of three, no chil- 
dren. Good salary. Bo* 491 Colonist. 



I tilt SALE— DOGS. 



WANTED 

\ \ general 
Apply Mrs- Charles E. 
, avenue.. 



NT PERSON Fy>l\. 
k'~pi. 
Wilson. »74 l 



WANTED— it Y YOUNG GENTLEMAN 
wtfb gmSt-BH-uatloJw five „miles from.- 
city, a respectable .xperl. > htruse- 

keeper. under thirty years, good home, tc. 
to right person Apply 47S Colonist ■ 



vv ")OI> VN|. I i i t 



E A.. DEALER IN ALL KINDS 

rrk. etc 
. iigths, J2.50 per cord; stove lengths. 
$3 00 double load. 32>; John St.- Phone 2078. 



CHEAP FUEL— TRY A HEAPING DOU- 
ble load of short cut mill wood, de- 
livered to—any- part "-of city at $3.00 I 

• in.erorji Lumber Co., Ltd, Phone ^10. 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



V VNI (It V l.R 



ifVOR ALTERATIONS,, REPAIRS 
' jobbing, , can '.on J. W. Bolden, cai 



phone R1150. .Expert on alt g 
■-'.' har d, details, trees-— improved.. jcale 
nfly annihilated withoi 
■ r, fruit or 'olla»;e. Garden* 

kerit s taken, ros- a a. specially. 

ANBSCAPE GARDEi^ER — P R U N I NO 
• grafting and all Hlr\ds of garden work 



A5HNaON"'HB-r r fr. HIAMURA— H OTEL, B, THOMP- 



grafting and all Hindi 

akllfully . 'duuu-J -fry day or contract. ' D. Mc- 
mlllan. Room 7, 840 Johnson St. Late gar-' 
' Jobb.r, corner pf Fort and Quadra den.'r ';iirQiils of Breadalbane, Toy- 

Tel. L-1752. " . ■ "J mouth Caatlp^ Perth. Scotland. 

I Vltltl VI. I, VNH VV Vi. UN |.| VI t Us 



MAHl_i -WM — IMPORTER OF. MAC- 
Lachlans buggies. traps; cannot . be 
f"i dyra.i.|ir. j._,.,.yVari house 717'John- 
son '■•.'-'»', 

(HIMniv -vviiriN., A WHITEWASHING 



O'BRIEN BROS 
clcanc 



i ■ 



1MNEY AND FUR- 

cU-aoers, Massy roofs cleaned. 



^ IHI^' 

HI VI. I It.H 



CHINESE I Mi'.l I i BM v 

Ci i ■ ■ 

T \\r» i'. ,d allk; mil line" of 

hlgh^/lasa chlnl m and 

JS^Bj Goyernrnoi .none S27. 



CLOTHES 4 LEANING vv-.i-iss 



/■1 BNTS' CLOTHE l), DYED. 

•VJT repaired and '.lias and 



I IVI lt\ VNI. I It VN-| | ,( 



VICTORIA TRANSFER CO.', LTD.. TEL. 
t2?t^J^;st aervlae. In the city. 



-•/— 



. I I I It I >'. It \ I'll IN I, 

EITHOGlt WING' ."• AND 

Embossing — Nothing _ Ijin— large and 
nothing ill; your startonery Is your 

advance agent; our work Is • l_wo«» 

of Toronto. /• The Cblon'lsti Printing, and 

Pubii.hi ;g,Co., tja.. _ , -vs, ... ..;.»„■_■,■_ 



LOCK8M1 i ••> vnii m vi iiini- i - 



_ \_ son St Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomt> 
son. manager. Corner Carroll and Water 

s, Vancouver. B. C. Vancouver's -first „ 
Situated . in the heart of '. \\ ' ■ ,-3__ 

,K r „,,-V,r.,,t Mlrlrtiiv ,T » three in family 



Mod'-rnly .quipped throughout. Midda*' 
liinch a '"spec tally. European plan. Fame- 

fo'r g'o.'d whiske y. , ■ ' ' ■; - 

BLACKBURN^ HOTEL-s-A. B. BLACK- 
iiurn, proprietor. Thla well-know'n nnd 
popular hot! > .rebuilt and refurnish- 

ed Ib now open to its patron*. Steam heat, 
fine commodious room*, first-class dining- 
room', best attention to comfort of guests. 
American plan -$1.60- to $2,00 pcr'day. Euro- 
ptan^piun, I5c up.wards. 318 . Westminster 

HUB. _ . 

COMMERCIAL „.JIo'TEL— CORNER HAST- 
i_J£8 and CaVnbl' ilquarters 

lor mining and VrmimereiaT',''rhen. Bales 52 
and upwarda. Atkins, Johnson ft'Stc-wart. 

! tC-tOTB. ',j_ . . 

oJTOTEn' DOMINION— 
11 . (H ■VancouVerr- 



GOES -G«* 
dressmaking by the day. Apply Box 

ionisL •;•.•; 



V\ -.TED Vol NO LADY, 
1 1 .'H 



NOGRAPHFR. A1P1.V 

wrltlhg. BtaUng, qualifications to 

Box 479 Colonist offh • . 



W ,NTE 



FOR' BALE— 8CH1PPERKB - PUPPIES 
(dogs* Aply Mnjor' Moss, Cowlchhn 
station, . 



BOSTON TERRIERS. RAMONA 
nels. 2714 Roae street. 



KEN- 



l.,~t VNI) FOUND 



■Will THB party "WHO 

>> ->• usacks, please return It and. 

avoid trouble. . ■ , - 



I' ND -PURSE -I.U__^_A£ 4 _£_OS , 
1 Dominion hotel. Apply ColonfirtT 



To Pit 
Rest 



O PROPERTY -ov 1ER6 A__D OTHERS 
t painter decorator, wants Work 

Would --'supply or use owners materials. 

j rgea, your opportunity. 
Hox 4i«:t Colonist. ' .- * • 



HEAL ESTAT* 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

707 V_ Yates Mr.et. phone 1091 

I- It SALE— AT A SACRIFICE. THREE 
I lots on, -Belmont avenue", Stfiit noli;. 
tage of nearly three hundred ' "feet, font 
room cottage, cost one thousand to build. 
l-"iice i2._00 now. $1,000 cash, balance ar- 
ranged. 



ON FISGl'ARD— 21x100 FX.. EIGHT 
room modern house, close, to., Douglas 



St., Price. $8,200. 
range d. ' ' 



$suu cash .balance ar- 



**»4 



D. Mc 



AN BNGLI8J 
and liirg. 



BE LADY WITH Nil E 

garden would like the core 
Jtefiiifd-homC and 
gOCd training. Terms moderate. Apply 

■'Mater'-. 31 r. Michigan street. 



\VANTEVr-TO PURCHASE SHARES OF 
'» the Island Investment company. Lim- 



ited. — A-pply Colonist box !' 



w 



"ANTED A i 

hotel. 



fifth 



Y WILLOWS 



\V' STED AT ONCE A WELL TO BE 
11 it and bed biy contract, c. Git- 



ford, Mt. Tolunb 



/■ItVE 
VJ you 



ifVE ME 'CONTRACT FOR FENCING 
Jr jrfoperty. Phone 1,17 70. 



P 



Al>'" SEWING i'illLT)REN' DRl 1 
(Room i" Five SiBtcr block. 

j MB DAN~ GREBN 



Real Estate and I i naiiiial Agent. 

Muliun llldg., t.i.i eri.ment Street, Victoria 

it. (. Telephone 17tu, 



TWO LOTK i'IOSE TO CLOVERDALE. 5*0x 
173 each,' only $300. 



iRWO LOI 'SSSTREl.i 1 K.VH 



T 



terms. . 



,'S -*- each. 



3 ON OLIVE 



- 



STREET. $r.0H 



mWO LOTS ON^lIELBptRNE. $600. 



I 



L- ■ • 

TolmUi road. Please notify 
Moss street. 



TANTED— A WOM.v Jt^NG 

■ . r.n.. for weekly ctenrrlt»g'.--,-AT' 
H4 Colonial. ■•■';... 



w 



V V ' \NTED- FOR' FEW. 1HRRS DAILY. 
1 \ .eiiable girl to help with two children. 
Jomea Bay Apply Bex 444 Colonlat ' 

WANTED— AT ONCE A srvVA ITRB8S. AP- 
ply Queen'a R eataurant 

WANTED — COMPETENT NURSE, " BEST 
» ' of referencM required." Apply to Mrs. 

Gibson. Yoi k. Pin., .-. i n\k Hay. 



VV 



ANT I KNERAI. 

housework. family and m> 

washing, good wagea Apply Mrs. Fullerton. 

I'hon i ' - 



rrom 2 to 2.30 and 
uidsberg. 10,6 



GENERAL - SERVANT;.' 
i wng.,B. Apply 



IOST v BLACK AND WHITE English 
■1 setter dog, answers, to name of "Foritie." 
Finder 'pleasv-itotlfy J. L. TaRs^t.'oiohiBt of- 
fice. Reward. * 



V 

A.rtlii. i 

certa. 



WANIED— CARE OF CHILD. ANY AGE, 
\ \ hom£_ 277 Cirit*trist-""~~-_,~..>____ 



V\ ' V STED— TYPEWRITING IN SPARE 
VI tlni. ,. reasonable rates. Apply "K" 1703 



A. WILLIAMS. ■& CO., LTD. 

704 Yale* Mr.i-t. - II, one 138t. 

|i|| ACRES FACING ON_ MAIN ROAD, 
1 ''seven miles from city. /-.Very ohesp. 
$-._200. - .■ • - .. -, ; - J - ■■ — —-'--'. . 

QA LOTS ^CT >2S0"PKR" LOT, HIGH, DRY. 
* -> y J- — ' — f4r>» view, good land. 

SEVENTY ACRES, WfTH ' GOOD COT- 
tage, stBhlo and Clitck it house, only 
seven miles from city, .good roads, good __t- 
er, nice location, cheap $4,000. 



L'lillan^Rofid City. 



16. . BROWN TRUNK 
rapped -with .-lottiea line, 
return 225- King's rpe t B ■■■ ai-j." 



WANTEE^-TO RENT. 



\\ UrTO RENT COTTAGE Q_ 4 

'» I ruoms unfurnished In Victoria 



Box 4.28' Colonial ., 



To ill it RNISHI i> ROOM8. 

c* j* . , ________ 



s_ RiOR FURNISHED ROOMS, 

IO l,„alliy, light htju*- I 

trie light, bath, 1121 Hurd.-tte aVBnui 



CtENTRA- I'.'OTWI.V FURNISHED 

■T "foum, plngl., or double. 21. M p. 

Electric light, bath and telephone. 
h g u.a r_j_. jstjy e t ,n f ar Dou g I -a. 






riv.s 

-± — ar ih, 



TED AT ONCE 





WAN! : K 1 TOW HOURS DAILY, 

r< -riable girl to help will, two children, 
James bay. Apply Box 444 ,'olonlat. 



\\" '' v 



HAFHR, L. ■— »GENEIt i AL MACHINIST. 
w part*. of allvkliids made in brasB. 



pa, 

of i 



, . • -■ ■•-. .', . a 

na__..._.t.,*_lual...eaat 



*r any -sort of "metal. .-, Ma- 
shop. 1S» Government St. Phone 930. 

DELI.VERY-t,ORDERS PLACED 

with Cameron Lumb'.-i- ...i '., . Ltd.. for. 
iumlw. mouldi. ngleB and lath." 

J3h___._8fi_ ' li 



if wit 



WHEN. YOU A I! 
c .Vt rr— take large avi' 
which vvlil take .you to i his- hotel , free. ur 
s.rvlce Is the b.'st ohlalnable ' at Hie i'> 
Americaii plan, $1.50'. to .82.00 per day. Auto 
h mn; Hilly around Stanley Park. 
nea. proprietor. ,,■___, 

PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



1 I vi it) ■ it m \ \ i i vi i I It KRS 



C 1 



1 






t o vi vnii vv oon 



BURT, GEO.— DEALER IN—ALL ■ K1HD8- 
_, 4 Mt,.,.y/°°4* nni. ypai, t_;JJ.y___i-.Ui, nny. 1. 

part of city, at current rates." Bhona 1,25, .. 
LI ,1a. 73i". I. ■ • 



Gt O | 
I 



aim 



" GET YOUR FALL 
i In yai-,1 or la 

f,,i.- , uttlng. Measure guaranteed. In ■ cords 
qr over. Tel. T49. . 

ALX. ft. WALKER__WELLINQTON COL- 

II, li. h ' ',.a ;. Coal, 
Him _*ml I Ii •' ■ . 

par.d. T-l. 8,3; 1232 Oov e rr.m.nt Bt V^ 

KINOllAM, J. & CO. — , OFFICE 1208 
l t. Coal d' ■>■ part 

rales, i'hoiio 647, 
Wharf, fo 



I) I • I 

X and I. n I'll' nl" lii"at quality at rui 
rates W and S| I 

B, Fhouo .',3 0., iior-l a -',. 

,11,- si 



QjBUBA M EBIBSr-A-ND DAIRI1 



B.U.l.A' it CO,, L'_jX 615 Moii- 

* .ot of Quebec; Lumber 
ii,,,u!d.ingB. -and - "pf mill 

■nltli shingles. Tel 8078 CHy 

/Jffice, 1118L_ngley street, Victoria, B. St, 



M ts.s.Afil': 



v| BARBM 

.'t baths; med 

I 



e. 1006 Fort-St. 



vi Vs» vi. I -vv I IH-II 



MAS: PISH— 4 BJ PELT, 

•"— tf ■ -i|. Bt l'hr,ne-in;,i; 



ormivN.s ,t-oi) nl'Tiuihi ui.vi's 



DENTI8TS 



Dpi VI. SCHUI'.llN. 

t- well block, co/nor Yatea and Doug- 

i I'. I plumes 

: 



NTED M ■ AP- 

. ly to Th- niainon % 
. Orphan's llO—XeTPCtWceu 2 and 4 p. 
" m. 

WANTED--. 'OM P1C1 , «0*T'. COOK. APPLY 
Vl J to 2 80 p m. and 7 to 7.-40 p.4n. to 
Mrs. F l.andsb-rg, 106 Medina, street. 
Jnniea Hay... 



TWO CLERKS FoR.CAN.DV d'EPaRt- 
mffit also ^vno for Ice' cream parlor. 
'short hours, a-pply - Bancroft. Palace of 
ts, .Government street 



i.iiti; 



RED _— JB_eiOM:-_^t 
breakfast. 334 Michigan street, phone 



BAGGAGE PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rotes by the Victoria Transfer. 
Co., Phone U'n ( iffice ap-n night and day. 



V V 

' ' h >g my furnlt'urr-. ci 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc. 
8( Johnson str. 



"LD MA- 

icks. grandfather 

A. A. Aaronaon, 



V \ • ' NTED — SCRAJl BRASS. COPPER, 
1 1 sine, lead, c-.at Iron, Sacks and all 
kinds of bottles and- rubber; highest cash 
price! paid. Victoria Junk Agency, 1620 
Phone 1888. 



ANTIQUE XEWELBRY, DIAMONDS 
gravlngs and pictures bought and sold. 
Mrs. A A. Aaronaon, 1(6 Johnson street 



v 11 ) ion vr\ S< liooi S 



T 



LET 

b and" every 

toranCatn i mohard. 



^. liNLSHED BED I 9*fi- 

V Jo 



Jcrhnso-n. 



npO 1 RNISHED H i 

X rooms, ii. \v In, use. 549 Rlthet at' 



rpo I RNISHED Hi 

X room's, nil modern. 2101 Chi 



EURNISHED rooms WITH . U 
. Engllah cooking, moderate prices, close 
tp oar, 1 52 Menaiea sti 1 



\\'\'. ID—A -NU 'it Gp'V-RNESS." 

V* Apply* Mrs. "'J ,S U Itfttadfl. Mount 
Adelaide KFTiihirtnlt.- between tho-houM^df 

11 a.m. «ri,i 1 c rn, ., ' • • 



WTED--A .FEW. GOOD GIRLS AT 
__ Colonist bindery at once. Experienced 
(•red 



sin v 1 ION8 vv vn 1 n. M vi 1 



DR. !■ NMRSl' riST, 1 K 1. 

building,) corner Hroad and... Johnson 
H.ts. Phone 22B0. Office liours: 9.30 — m. 
to 6 p: ' m. "'EYpnlngB'by jfcppolntnitsnt.- 



B'l,. 'A. P., 646 FORT— OVI 
quartet* of a century's , and 

l-'rec 
otlon. Lenses ground on premises. 
Phon- - _ 



II, OJFICE 782 
h St, Garesche block Oftlc 
hourar"8.30 a. m. to 6 p. 1 

; _>ETECT IVF-» ' 

DETECTIVi: BEKvtCB, VANCOU- 
civll, crlmlnni mid commi 
investigations. R. s. Baron, BBperitrten 

: ■■ mi...., Room* '.'•" -tad J »\ <'r-,wn 
I Ung, . Van B '" I'l.onij 4202. 

Bloodhound tral ■ • it. 



I » d: 

I »- Ver. 



I- VIN I I Its VNI) I' VII Kit VNI. I KS 



K, . ', . T , I > A I i 
le.i 
;i«1,h- for. quaifl . B 1 - ■ ■ Dairy' I | 
Douglas 1 ' lS8. 



,,,. 



ttivniiiiuiAi 1 1 Ton." 



C" OMM I I" I I _ 1 ' iH'J, ,, ;^i„ 
. „ 1 , principal Wil'ton I 
Hge Monti ' ' ' -1 
l y i,,,!i idu 'i full 1 typewrit- 
ing. Bool ll 's. ■bust- 
iVvss ;i nd '• ■'■ ' I : 



< ( 8TOJWS BROKER 



r 1 1 ivv bi i, v m cESTi iatH ; 

. I forwaidl 

ri omis 1 '■-''■■■ '• nment s 

ifini Entries, passed ately and* prompt 

Subscribe for THE COLONIST, 



NK ' i f,LOR— -P v I" 1 . 

tritBtor. 1126 View ^rect, Phone 1584. . 

HE NRY' RIVERS-PA INT I-': R Z I Eft, 

kalsomluer ind paperhanxer. 

ket B-ti "•■ - 1 B 

fully r , ■ 1 ...,-■■ 

S • i'A-i N 

O . brush nilty of wallpaper 

, . rail Store 



1607 Don ____» I mm, 



ai. ' • . LTD . ft is l-'l'l 
Hiiidi ■ ■■ fee eVer-j bi and of-l Intlhg 

1. i.n doi ii.'iM' nuslncBs.and guarantee sat-' 
ion. 



i\i Birrs vNi. 1 1:1; ti. 



i t .,, urn 1 1 v i\' RBGIl ■■ 1 

lY ah,. in, -v. Patent* in »n countries 

■ aiding, opposite P o . Vanoou 

- ' ,. ', " ;" " ■ ,/%'" 



PLUMBING VNI) GABFTTTINO 

'nr.rn 1 iiea i i.'.'i co,, 

1 :,| F01 Hr*1 ct-aa v".,rkinnnshlp In 
above line giv< us a trial. Temporarj 
in . . PhOty M>2. 



( 



P ACIFI C -DETECTIVE AUUvflfc WILL 
get th t. 

takes mi kinds • nati d( tebtiTe woi k 

1 ts d '■' " • spend - 

nnd -A- 09 

Government w ■ 1 1 ', phone, 2171 



•nil; in vi tti vt v imi'J,iilmi:m a.m> 
i.inkkai. ai;i:n< v. 

Hlllll l,,rl Street. Hours 8.80 to 5. .40. 

1.1 in. 






rno BE Hi'iHLY R|-..o\lM|-M'ED— A 

I rii-i . I .us . .,,,,!_., 1, .■-«,>. ak.-r ,'f 

■ . '■ tt< p*B9«_a i« aid. nee 

... ,,i,i Phone 4 47; , 



B. ■ . ..-,.■■ 

firs' free* shortly,dl 

Apply 449 1 - , 



TELV FURN1SHE1 
'.rally foi led, fl » 

•enccs. Telephone, etc. . Appl\ 844 Ffli 



II . —MS WITH 1- 

J anil let us find you tenants. 11 



button ft 



90D' Government St., Ptrone. 



S FRANCISCO " VETERINARY/ COL- 

lege. CH'taloggo ,J_ 

;. S U' 



DRl SSM VRINi, 



UP'- TO DATE DtRESSMAKINQ rARLORS. 
Ladies' blouses -and children's clothing 
a specialty. Room 6, Challoncr block, Yates 

> : ■ ■ t - _ ■ . ■ 



K 



H AND METCHOSIN -FARMS 



T)ORT ALBERNT ACREAOB AND LOTS 



FOR BALE— MIS( 1.1 1 AN) m s 



L;E SAKE IN FIRST C 
.11 will sell very cheap or trade for 
small.:- one. A ■ v 514 Colonist. 



;>n sa 

_ Phono R-1807. 



NEW BICYCLE. 



IrVOR SALE— AUToMiiltlLE, GOOD CON- 
Ution and In running order, trial 
trip given. Phono 1393. . ■ 



$150 



APER 

Bnanl''h. 



rr 



I.Volt SALE -ABOUT IW ACRE STAN0- 
X/ Ing bat hay. Apply, alter 5.80 p.m. 
Holms, coin."' Cook ah- Quadra streets. 



1/VARM-- S4 ACRES, FINKST OF SOIL, 
-1, under crop, good house and 
outbuildings, considerable stock, four miles 
from city; $15,000, good terms, . 

THIRTEEN JtCRES, FlNBVsOlLV NEARLY 
all cl.ared,>nlce neW>house, good out- 
buildings, goo d orchard, a bargain at $S,500. 

■\7-ATES STREET. GOOD BUILT. AND 
X well arranged fiVw room cottage, and 
stabling, large lot. close to high school, only 
$0,000. 



H P WI.NSBY, 

'.loom 4, JL203 t;ovrrnuient Street 

MODERN" Bl^NGACOW, rivK ROOMS, 
large basement, near Beacon Hill and 
sea. 13 intnute» r ,to Posted,:, Vamouv, 1 St. 
Terms. $3,1 On ' 



!••.-: HEWLINGS & CO. 

1108 Broad Street- r Phon*. 1714. 

ACRE WATERFRONT. 



bjlOR SALE A I BLACK CHERRIES ON 
,337. 



Irp LET- CLOSE 
• In. to lady. Rent $2.60" per 
j» 3 t— . l!.,\ -7.1 Colonist. 



\' 'MS. -rath AJi&- _J- - wagon,- good as neAV; also buggy and — _-— 

-^- - N i<iA£e,__Apply iai—Patrr- -xEtrur ■ - ' .. would- excl... ffi j -a 

-■'tor sting 'on'st. I ttpX-iVJ 



BOOK I - • I ' '...'.'- 

hour* daily, at librr'ly-w-'nnta small »ot of 
to k*i rate, 41 1 Do 



WELL FURNISHED ROOMS 
housekeeping •. .-ctrlc 

id . ,,i,i, • 1 , > . 



books 

nlat. 



w 

I .Bl 



TANTED RY THpRI' 

oW any 
lonist. 



ointant aa bookk' 
tlon of trust. Apply Boa 



CJIT1 \TION '<• ■■ • 

S3 , ,,, . ,1 tar tnaa tg» a-wii ■ 

,1 II E., 710 AV- rMmliist - ...I--. V- in ■ -nu- 
ll 1 •_—__ - f r |" VJ U ' : 



SITI ATloSs WANTED I KM VI I. 



AS COMPANION, 



iTi-nrr 

_'_ .ln.i; WOUld Ul ' 

aaties, . ■ ,■ i.iiihii. itox 609 

olonlat 

rt*s*. 



_1_ 



\HV AS - COMPANION 

J. ,,+)• experienced tpitat,; 

training, reliable, would tl 
Colonlat, a 



' 



603 



I A i > ', 1 U 

I J , ... ,t.i 1 |j Rouaet 

trained lmiudri-sB. Rei. 

11 lt},U_ , 

TKAC'IIKItS WANTED. 



MIDDLE "iEl. '.1 K8E Oft LONG EX 
:,« poflltiom with baby from" 
G od references - 



. « •. , 1 1, 1 ■■ IH) GENERAL 

\ \ ., fanaii •,... plain Booking, 

1 1 keut, ' — ' 



, , , ;. I, "" A f I iVi'lv GOOD I " ", '" 'l: 

W--..J 



W 



,,h;i. I- 1. 1' ST., RE. IH-N'-ANS 

1 ■ 



W v : 

>V in,-... horn*, aa-alst geri.-rnlly 

s 



IDT 



___ 



4BVEFtAL ' -ANAUIES AND CAGES FOR 

sale. 



tt-AN'l 
» 1 per 



l-Ki, SCHOOL TEAL'HEItS, $65 

*r iimnii,, must, have normal train, 
Ing sue ■ • p. 1 1. ,1, , «?'-, etc Applica- 
tions i" be m bj 80th .in".- *N. A. M'-ui 
,.,.,. seoratari L adysmi fbi B.-,-_ 



UNDER J_W MANAGEMKNT ' APART- 
wltb or without board. . 617 

Guvernm. ic 



I 



TO I 
front rooms with use of k( 
4 Ichlgan al 



mi' 
re 



|,VT ' II .'. 1 

' VI 111.1 



Si IT 



ri 'ay.' '■■ 
ABLli FOR 



' .iUT_tr~rr 



s:,n 



I'ITt AiT.E FOR 200 ACRES 8 V> 

mlb'B /mt.' - -.. 



BAHiiAJJN - NICE' RUBBER ■ T 
- buggy with b : *t9, ; jy°fth , 
doub> Also Bet ' R fgy hariiv-BH $10,-, 
2148 Ridge ro ad. Spring R idg.* district. ■ 1 

tTvOrT ~S ALE—T W iT COVE R! 

'-• ' '■'' ______ ' also bugR and 



$30-r o E 



PER ACRE. FOR 300 ODD ACRES 

miles out. . ' . ■ .. - - : 

-FtlR COTTAGE .ONE MINUTE 
^. from ca'r. Jamea Bay. ' 



-FOR 100 ACRES BOOKE 






. -,-.k ino A'-rk IM 



' 



"VkW LAUNCH FOR $30" 

JM finish ^" 

s Boat 

. . 



(1 






1*47 Fairfield , .1,1 



I 

I 



■ .Bt |1.*0 
ion lit. 



PIANO, hi- 



aps. Cost $1,500. $660. ' Perfect 



Mf<CJ 1 1 VNI-.Ol s. 



_J 



OR.-- '.-'Ill KD AND 

I 1 u n. --, -• 1 The only n 

tXOJU '■ ' ■ 

• , p ■ ,1 , • , .' , boots Hot nn.i 

• . ii i 11 phone 

in. each room. Rents from" $16, per n 

VP*'"-_^.:. a -i,'' ■■'' .I' tf-.'---'- - ' - 

rpo'i-i : 1 'ROOMS, EVERY 

■ . . nr , 11 suite 944 Fort 



T' 



it rei I 



~ro6m AND BOARD. 



THE vin 

'itRfrTT'pBpiTerBoai i ..„ • ■ 

hibo table board 

1 1 ■> . 'i 1: BOARD v n D 1 WITH 

iia. Warbut I " , 908 Gov ■ nm< d I 

1 



I J 



■ , phi iLSTERING t-ND PU.RNITl RM 

XV reps ''"•' "' ''■ ' ' 

ri ■i, lres*.1626 Amelln-Btroel. 
i'RIES AND JOB ! " ' Wll_ 

I ...,,.'. ind i" round on the 

buReUn op r Douglas 

ion atreet, July -Hh. ■ ^ 

a 111 \\UE OJf ADDRESS JE»SB A LO'NO 
\ ■ .j, | , M; ,H 1 , 1, ov ro bis music atndlo from 
nmi "■' atrci I to 180ft fates atn al Two 

I ,,,,„, „ ,,, i', rnwoog road and close to 
• " Phone 1 3. 1 ,- t 



BEMOVAL, NOTICE . U C. 1IARDV 
, -,. j,,,] . have removed their far 



,,,. ,,,., buggh s. wagons, etc , 
jnhni """f " r DOPgint! •'' 



HARDWARE 

m I111- 
to 7S3 
treet. 



yiCTORIA '"" 



CLEAN I NO CO., 
, ,, I si 1.. 1. ContractB taken by 



week "i- month 



X'o , m vRGE FOR I'lS'iM.v; 
Jli and board) Bee our list. 
.■.. 1 (09 GpVernmei 



vui' it' IOMS 
Ww bjui '•"> 



HI 8ENEB8 < 11 am ES 



/ tKN"n,F.MA.\, W-JTII 110,094) and .1" 

l.I veniB buslm as , ~pi 1 

Implements, .loans »ml InsUrttncI ••. lahes in 

, l: ,■ «,ih sound buslneM p<toposltt.,n for rpiih; i-uiiumi ritiVAT* 

l,|v.-alin.iut. . Willi oi.R'li.in Apply 511 I X 

1 nlonlst 



BkJ |. \ ' i . III.; I HI- •-• I A r !'• M i-:n. 
/,. 1 (treat, n'i tr town, beQU_h •• nd oar 

HO > > -756' j*e\ I 
1: ,. r, . t.l B_S Room and hoard. 
, i,m Moderate MiBs II n 1! ' r 



pi.n'ti.ni A i] "' ' 



jTtALOON FOR SALT. FOR A QUICK 
r> ;,„h Bale wjtii Qcenses U."" ca.sh with 
el(ri,t furnished rooms, stock and I 
snd glasswure $.'.■< .. on terms. FoStOfflCS 
Box 676, Victoria, B.C., 



HO A it D A.M., 
rooms, t"rina moderate. \ 

ACME ROOMS. 7H1 YATK.H ST. ROOMS 
by day. week or month at reasonable 
rale* on *>pp!!rnt Ion. 



Subscribe for THE COLONIST 



CJTUMP E' "LEERS AND ANY TOOLS RK- 
^ -ul red fai 'and clearing, logging etc., 
, ,,,,, frial Prices and term* apply The Du- 
, rest Slump Puller nnd Tool mnnu facturers, 
,.,,-; ,,,',, nside road, v lotorta B. C. 
• |,; T t S SHOW YOU OUR trrTO-DATB 
LJ _t_*ihnd of Uwn-mower grinding. H 
M Wilson, (CW Cormorant St., Market Bldg. 

Phone I'.'tt * ' 

K EM OVAL NOTICE— THOMAS CATTER- 
*U buil<*-r*nd general contractor, ha* 
removed to 2ttl Fort itreet, *bov* Quadra 

T.l '820. 



1 "" I t ' ' '' 

1 .Ml- ! lii.O t.i $21)0 each 



: 



AT ALRERNI. FROM 



■E. HENDERSON & CO. b> t 

Bj Ive.ter 111... 1,. R One. 711 Y»te. Street 

Ci OA/l " "' ' '•' aB '''-" SK ' ,N r \?°[ > 
55I JUU . god- BUrrou6dln_s, 

on, third ■ ten, ba se ■ " I'"'" " "' 

©rtAnn- 110" . Si "-'M """-" BUNGALOW 

Cloae ." nr line and . " - ''>' "^ Jr' f . h w ° 

house* and >3 aor good soli This win 

I,! i.T«, ,on« 3 nnd if y„„ wi.h to_puron.se 

Jour own at your own pifta* aci quick- 

ty. ' 

_')-/H\ BUYS i_5E ROOM HOUSE AND 
JJfV >OUU two good lota on Hulton street 

,,11 easy terms* 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO. 

Room 7. Mahon Blk. .XUX - ao " r, 1 m#n , t B 

Tei. 1«I— . 




G" REEN HOUSES- FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long Isddera ste«. meat safe, dog 
houses In »took and -*Ta_a to erder. Jobea, 
Capital tjarpeater and 0«-bln« Factory. 1001 
Vancouver and Yatea atreet 



BUYS A FIVE ROOMED FUL- 

ly modern cottare, with ever/ 

rnnventenre. bnaenieht. eoncro'*. fournlTOcn, 

,1,, irie light, etc, near Hillside avenue, 83W 
cash, balance on. easy terms _^ . 



$2000 



~ HIV/VTA FULL SIZED LOT I> 

Stewirt, on sijtth street, near 
corper of Victoria Btreet. Terms **sy. 



Uc'^T-in BUYS ISO ACRES ON ■ SA>'T 

3r_»ltlU Spring island, between !• _lioi_ ' 
Harbor and. Heaver Pirint, thrre «Ct"_* f_-v« 
OB a Inke !Th,i-'' nro about ►/*'.• ut.pl* trSCSJ. 
ort the pri'ii'mv, » number of *cr»a cleared 
j.nd n number *Jnth.).J. Term* . .' 



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Friday, July 1, 1910. 



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VICTORIA DAIL¥ COLONIST 



21 



_i4_ 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



HEAL fcBTATK— (Coat.) 



NOTICE 



ROYAL REALTY COMPANY 

Rr>i F.Mate, Insurant - *) and jeinanclal 
I'hono 231M (110 »'»r( »tr«*t, Vlctort*. 



SOME VERY riiKAT BLHTB 
to-( OKA—THRBB 11'mi.mkii HOUSE amj 
spI—THr- itrgt tor. tor valued *t «i,ooo 



da i-yir i \i\ Wll.l/nrv / A g EVEN "ROOM Kl 
tjp.**t>lJU luiuir, »n i/.mI.mi. seven minut. 
irom posloffloe |600 c ash. ' f> ■' •* 

(iki)artA sr v s kue . Rototn evf 

3p«j»j"f" tax.-, two minutes (HUH 
minutes from city hull. l-Oii cns.li. . 



1 VUN8MTJIH 

9 ' ISO $«50, '■% 



STIIHET- LAROK LOT «'), 
j?7'5' Cash, M\i»ey. Mnkrr 
i 156) 

pESERVOIli 1 i 1 1 - 1 . 



TWO OQOt) 



i : 



20, i 



M 



[■OSS STRKKT- #Ql 'i ki.io; * M' I 

ih, clear stuff for t'uiit factors IMOQ. 

half rash (217) ' "'""'. ,' 

$«2&. CA8H 



Hoi.i.v v.. >< m PARK • 



•WAVIOABLE WATIH MsOTBCTXOW 

ACT." 

NOTICE IS HIOKKHT GIVEN that 
the Victoria Dock Company, l.lmltpcl. 
having "a registered orriee in the city 
at Victoria, IJrltlxh Columbia, Ih ap- 
!>i \ i MR to His pxoeljtenejj ilin r.overnor- 
General (if Canada in Council for ap- 
p-reVSI Sp the area plans, site and de- 

sorlptloo pi works proposed to be ™n- 
m meted iii the waters "f the Victoria 

liurbnr, being on tin- lamlH .situate Vying 
and I). -In*,' in 'the pity of ViOtoHa afore- 
said ami, known. numbered and de- 
scribed as lot fl\e. of block seventy, 
Victoria City, according to the, official 

map thereof, and bus d-poslied I mi ami 

,_r -Riid --it' plans or the. proposed/ works 

and a description (.hereof wild the Mlp- 

later or Public Works at. uiuwu, ami 

i, duplicate thereof wltli thii Registrar 

General of Titles lii the Land Registry 
Office ''.iti the c:lty of Victoria, British 

(\duhihhi, aid that the matter Of the 

said application win be proceeded with 
nt ibe expiration or line month from 
the- time of ttte His' publication of this 
ndtice in the VJSana'da Gazette.'-' 

i i.u.'d this sei ond daj of June, tH | o, 

VI.'T.UtlA Imh'K •("(,: Ml'ANY. LTD 



CITY OF VICTORIA 

=, , . L- ........ 

• _ «-* ; r- — »— •*- jj 

A complete list of Local Improvement works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be four*, 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



Re 'Paving of Fernwood Road Between Fort Street and Gladstone 

Avenue , 

' 7/ 
order ( in- provisions of Sac- 



Ait, .mm a majority of the 



tiOTe 

secure 



H 



OUSBS TD l.KT. 
\\ . build homes. 



uKFIi'KS Til I.KT 



-NOTICE 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 



I, Alexander Simpson hereby give no- 
tice that, one month from the date 
hereof 1 wUl apply to S uperintendent 
,,i- !•!■,, i ii.i la] Police at Vlctc-ria, B. XX, 
for a renewal of my license for^selllng 
intoxloatfiiji Uouoxa ftJ .the Kfiffiiseo 

known as the Half Way House hole] 
i situated at Esquimau, In the 'district, of 
Esquimau." Eo con>Tnen6e 515 ZK6 1*1 day 
of July, nue. and tor a tranafei of the 
license- to Charles Wesley Davey. 

A. SIMPSON. 



The cit-, Counei! ImvlriK received a re^Jisltlon 
tlou BJ] sub. -section 118 of the Municipal ClatlSe* 

w . s of PiopcUN on PernWOQCl Ro'afl between For. street and ( lladstoio- a ve- 
ni... II, at tlW «ald portion of Fernwood Toad be ouve.l with asploil. insicui 
of with ma.Mdiuii OB <u Islnally ' contemplated. v^ ,_,'»', 

NO-TICK IS IIKKKHV GIVEN under tin- j.r .. vl - mi.s 51 sub-secUon l is It of 
SeCtiOnCO of the Municipal Onuses: A-t, to the owners O pro|,frty o,i said 
„,, tion Of Fernwood Hoad, who hav- not sHined -.ibi reqU I si. I Ion. I ha 1 thetlty 
Council has dot... mined Imil said Wnrk fts requlsl 1 lomsl foi be earned out. 

Tl,,- names of tho owners of the properly on said portiOB of !■ en w ood J tpftd 

who have nui aieiied the requisition 'and tfhoka property Will be .assessed tor 
the work, tosether with the'" estimated costw of the sun,., nod. ti„ proportion 
iii, .root proposed to" be assosaed afalnsi eacB such >wr< -r. are. as follows: 
The total estimated cost of the Jmprovemani is 5!>',su.uo. , 

I'ropi-rlv. , ' / Portion of 

Assessment. 

, 8, i: .... ■ Wfi 



N 



Names of N'iin- 

Kr.p.isii loners. 
0dimanuei B mini Church 

An j, us McIvOOWT] ......... 

I', i n v\ mill 
A. \. ( )i a< -<ui . ..." 

w ! ... 

Mrs. It. .1. Mael.uiiKhlin . 
Jl I ' (Jxetid. tf^enloi ) . 

s. Peri y Miiis ....... 

5ft rah A. Moore ...... 

J M'c..U!.S.v ■'"■ "• • ■ ■ ■ 

-^ 1 WK'.I.IN'i'l i )N .1 in lU-I.Ell. I M I 

i-,m il.il.i Office,, Victoria. B.C. 



i'i. mi-- 



. ..... . 



.1., i of U i ; ". B«. 

! i.vu ?V and 2«. 3)8? • ' I e« 

I. .■ L Hk>. aV-S, Fmm wo. ! 
.1-1 mi, i - ,::, Fernwood ...- — 

Bfc Bit ELO. F.-i-iiw i 

p. ink I'.'' Fernwood ........ 

.....:l„c ts l-2TBks, Sx-59, F vood 



ao.oo 

■■ ■ 

300.00 . 

I 

i ; , run, 

270.00 

■:k: ■::, 

.•; i von 



c^' 



d.ivs r i the-.'.riate St file flrK* publlc.A- 

llon of this notice,,' the council will 
prociicil with the proposed Improve- 
ment upon SUCh terms and eondltmns 
as to the payment, of the cost of sukh 
Improvement as the council may by j 
byhtw in t,hatbehalf riK'ulHte ami tie 
termlne. ■ : 

V'KI/blNGTON vl. IW)\VI.FU. 

.; C, M. O 



Cits ''lerk's Office, Vlotorfar B ' 



... 



TO CONTRACTORS 



June -■'■ ! 



NOTICE 



VTBIJH 



Corner 



\<:<j 



COMPANY, 

KroiKl »"<1 



LTD. 

View htrert». 



FOB s,\i.|.; 
.VAtiLEY U A NP , - , 



' . ' rme. 

- ..... choice sections at this prit-o. 



*8 






nave 




CANCELLATION OP RESERVE. 



Forn 

* * w-Klk from sad of Douglaa St. 

i a -rca J7.00O. $1,000 

i n.»li. ••> suit. 



CJEVKN ROOM BUNGALOW , 'N DOCB1.E 

t^ lot. with Rood burn, line i.rehard. lawn 

mid gHii- -inrnt aldewal'' 

• i. Half block from s 

o 50 on exceptionally easy ten 



"H'lO [s hereby given that the re- 
eXlstlng in crown lands* in the 
viclnltv of Bubine Iwike, situate- Lfl 
Rang. ■ I District; notice of 

published In. the British Columbia 

Gazette, dated ■•'December '■ 17th. ■ 1908, is 

icellcd in so far as sab •• re- 

walk" ff-wi gas, lateft' to lots numbered 1519, 151 S. 1517, 

,re.-t. -:„•. ri'iV.-Ti"516, 1515, 97, IT. ».:._ ir.OtiA, .1503. 



1BPOICE LOT ON MOSS STREET JT 00. 



LEE -AND FRASER 

Krai Estate «n<l lnMiriimr AKents. Trounce 
Avenue. 



Thp Municipal Cnuacil -Ot-^ttm^Sm2 



poration of the Cliy-Q f^VlC -torla. (JSJ - 
Ipg determined "'that it Is desirable • 

i'o, grade and macadamize Turner 

street between ■ Esqulmult road and 

and .to construct perma-. 

nent sidewalks of concrete on both 

sides of said street; 

:', To grade, drain and macadamize 
with bitumen. ;Camosun street between 



„v. nui iU'1 that I he said work shall be 
carrifid.".au t '" ft S c brdan gi w4th the pro- 
visions of tin- Cjocal Cm provement Gan- 
Bylaw, and atnendments thereto, 

.,,,.1 ii,.. en v am !'"•.■!• and ells ass. ssor 



Tenders will be received by the 

vinilersi^ned up to. 4 p.m.. Mnn- 
d^j; julv lib. 1010. tor the con- 
struction '"if a building in Beacon 
IllJl Park in accordance with 
plan-, and specific ation s which can 
be seen at the office of the. under- 
gigned, tQ whom all" tenders must 
be -cut. The..' lowest or any ten- 
der nut necefflaariFy ttcce^ted. 

. \\. NOUTMCOTT, 



1501", 1502. 15F.'. 1.M1. 1505, 150.1. 1513, 

tM i 08, 16S0, 1527, 1523, 15-".'. 

IBS'l, 1632, 1533, 15*4, 16*5, 1587, »8», 

1536, 15. :s, lelii, -Mi-fl, 1541, 1*48, 1645, 

1546. 1542, 1547. 1648, 15«, .1550, 1520, 

1521. 1622, 1523, 1524, 1525, 1526 and 
:. ' 

nOr.FHT A KENWICK, > 

— -jleputy"X;ommissloner of Lands, 
T/niidw Department, Victoria, B. C, 
June 16th. 1910. J_ 



Pandora avenue and'Grant street, 
construct permanent sidewalks on both 
sides of said street wlth< I But- 
ters, including cost of lateral sewer 
surface drain, and water connections. 

3. To grade and drain and " pavo - «TOr- 
asphalt. McKenzte street, between l.ln- 
d. n avenue and Moss; street, and con- 

• permanent sidwalks with curbs; 

rs and boulevards Including 
maintenance? on both sides of. said 
• -,, btf. -.r and sewer 

connections, and to expropriate the ne- 
cessary land to continue said street a 
uniform width of 66 feet to Linden 



having iep..ii.,l I" ihe. council In mv 
< vr.liiiu'.. acltrflthe provisions of section 
4 of said bylaw, tipon each and. every of 
said works of local Improvement, giv- 
ing statements showing the a'motints 
estimated .to be chargeah|e In each case 
against the various portions of 
pro: ■ benefited by 



Livery Stables 



HILL 



g'"tnn--T'"' T»1TR>--HASHS A MODERN* 
MOUU nine roomed two story houi- 
^rther with two. corner lots well situated 
it the Dallas, road, the house Includes all 
con^ i and Is Worth fh> amount ask- 
ed exclusive of the land. This price is on- 
ly (rood for a few days, terms' can be ar- 
i to suit buyer. 

rseu 



Ilf4>. ft i.oi'"- a 
J. anne; money 



A ND --ACCIDENT 
to loan. 



IN81 B- 



WOOD AHD STOVE WOOD 

•" TOR SALE 



R. DAVERNE, 1615 Douglas St. 

Oiiposlte City Hail. 

R. DAVERNE. 



the said 
and Hvnrks, 'and' the reports of the el- 

neeT^and city assessor— as-^etforesald 
having been adopted by the council; 

I, i; [g HBREBT! OIVBN that 
the said reports^are open for inspec- 
tion" at the office of the city assessor, 
Citv Hall, Douglas . street, and 



Superintendent rjjj 
Public Huildr 
City Mall. ' • 

TENDERS FOR SAND 




Tele 




phone 



m 



unless a petition agaiiisi any proposed 
of local Improvement above 

: by a majority of the. 
owners of the land or real property to 
be assessed for such Improvement, and 
representing at least one-half of ftw 
value of the said latid or real property. 
Is presented to tb. council within Jtf 



PnlOrHrQ - HIi*l Hn- 

dressed to the undersigned, will be re- 
ceived up to 4 p. m.'on Monday, the 
lith.day of July, 1910, for ..supplying 
J300 yards more ui is- f clean sharp 
sand. 



are 



CABS 

Do you know that our glass front carriages 
at yortr dispqsal at the following charges — 
_ FOUR PERSONS, sirrgle hour....ipa.U<J 
FOUR PERSONS, an hour and a half 

or over, at, per h our ". $1.50 

In four hours a party of four cansce the principal 
point-s o£ interest in 'the City of Victoria for the 
.moderate charge of 56.00. » 



suitable for waterworks pjurr 



delivi the fi lter beds, Beaver lake, 

The lowest or any 
tender not necessarily -accepted. 

June 29. 1910. 

! W N.'.KTIICOTT, 
""— - rurchaslni? Aprcnt. 



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SAANIGH MUNICIPALITY 

Delinquent Tax Sale 



j VICTORIAS 

If vou wish, we can furnish a Victoria, at :f 

. PER HOUR ?3.(M) 

SINGLE HOUR ^J2.50 

These vehicles carry three and are most suitable 
for ladies doing afternoon calling. 



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1 will sell by public auction, at the Municipal of fieri. <:i. 
in the afternoon, the follow.lng described property for . dell n.,ue«t taxes, 
saorier paid. • . \ 



ford Avenue, on Solurday. the 23rd July. 1910, *t 2-o'clopIC 
if tlie laxes amVTosts against same are not 
1 it. CARMICHABL. 

Collector and C. M. C. « 



■ 



-^^-DAVIES & LIST- 

Real Estate and Commission A«ents, 61S 



STate* .treet, Tlione 192. 



(£•>»>- COTS fiOil'JO, TvAKK 
•?*•> — ►) tat., high and dry, 
1 lew pf ;he aurroimriiriK dlstricl 



HILL ES- 
»plehdled 



f&GQfifl— WILL B,V TBN- ROOMED 
SjDO.UlI - concrete basement. ' f 6r- 

nace, radiators In rooms, electric light and 
,.,, Stands on lot fi0xl30. Chicken bouse, 
fruit trees, furnlturc/can be taken over If de- 
sired. Frier on ap(>Hcatfon. 
a great bargain, orily one 
line, and five mlnut^a 




Assessed •owner 

F. T. Anderson .,. 

F. T. Anderson 

M . Doyen .-.'..' 

Abrahann 1 irosdovitch . 
I>avid D. England ... 

.1. Foley , -'■ • 

Mary Grose' 

Thos. K. Morgan ..'....••••••■ 

Thos: F. Morgan 

Tolmie Home Building Society 

A 1 '. McArthur . . . . . . .'. ■ 

C. Clifton ftlchards . 
Mary K. Richards 
Mary K. Hichards . . 
Tajsaburo Hyash.lda . . ■ 



- ; ueflc f ipnou o t rTonen.v. 



... ^ .••••• • •, 

. t • • • e * • • * • • 
• •••••••■•*• 

. . . ■ r • .* 



7.777. ...«,Lot 34. Se,c. St, Victoria District 

,. Lot 37. Bea .12. Victoria District., 

'.....Lot 17. Hk. F. Sec. II and 12. Vic. D(St. 

.....30 acres Sec. 8, R, I W, South Baanich 

.Lot 3, BR. B, Strawberry Vale Park...: 

612, Hec. 40. Victoria District 

'.60 ft. v. 12f» ft . Ser. 44. Victoria Dlst. ... 
.Lot 5, Sec. 32. VU-U.ia District ........ 

Dot 6. Sec 32. .Victoria District 

.Dot Vtt, Sec. 40. Victoria District ..... 

.(' 53.'.. Sec. 10. Victoria District ..... 

- Kk. <>. Sec -II ami I 2, Vic./ Disf. 

b„l H.lik o. Sec 11 ami 12 Vict. Dlst. 

Lot II. ,BKT O. Sec. II ami 12, VI. \ 

t s-i:,, .-. la District 




Costs. 


Total. 


$3 00 


$'-'- 


2 85 i 


m 30 


I 3li | 


8 40 


1 


IT 40 


2 *o> 1 • 


11 (1(1 


2 IE 


4' 45 


2 20 


5 10 


.1 


' 29 45 


2. 85 . 1. 


s 99 


t K. | 


4 «f. 


2 20 | 


, fi 65 


2 St* 1, 


6 80 


~1 25 | 


fi 80 


2 25 .1 


fi *D 


- ' * 1 


. 7 1 -** 



TALLY-HO'S 

- We have the only six-hofsc turnouts In Victoria. 
Driven bv men who have haW'a life-long experience 
on the Cariboo Road and the White Pass & Yukon 
trails. These coaches leave the hotels at half past 
nine for the morning driVe and two o'clock for the 
afternoon. All points of interest are covered and 
those in charge give the passengers a full explana- 
tion of everything (hat is considered of value to the 
tourist. The drive is about fourteen miles and takes 
from, one and a half, to. two hours. 

The fare is one dollar. 

We have a small Tally-Ho built to carry a party 
of twelve, including the driver. For rates apply at 
the office. " .-...' 



-, : 15 




block from car • 
Ik trom- postofflce 



THE CITY BROKERAGE 

1!1» Douglas ST. (opposite Merchants Hank) 



Y\ ■ ■ h.vvk I IIAPHS OT. 'ALL 

1> homes-. .jjst.-d -.ivlth 'ui, .-rlv.- minutes 
sp-pnT" looking them. over may save , you 
miles of'- walking. •J—-"" 



43150 

<. la 
in on' biy 



-H a FIVE ROOM GOTX 

lames Bay. close to -car — ftad.: 



/**"i * 
/ --■■ and t )t — bal trrrc 

nthiy'ln 



icluding Interest ftt.slv Pf*= 
i,ent, rented for $'22. This, 1* a snap at the 

) "ler. in good for on.e \<-e.-Jf; ■ . - 



$2950 



'■ROOMS.. 



AND j LAROR 

baseiti.-n' 



v— FIVE 

hall, pan^l'erl, good 
■ d for furnnciv. bathroom aoid separat, 
toilet, fitted pantry, hot and "cold Wat. t 
'.ns<ra'nt and throughout house. Queens- 
. to ti.uiglfis stnv t. $S00 cash 




CANCELLATION Or RESERVE. 



NOTTCE Is hereby given "that the Be- 
ser-ve existing on crown, lands In the 
vicinity of Bablne l.ak.-, and situate In 
Casslar District, notice of which bear- 
ing date June 30th, 1908. was pub- 
lished in the British Columbia Gazette, 
dated Julv 2ml, 1008, is cancelled. 
ROBERT A. RENWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner af Lends. 

Lands Department, Victoria, | 
Ju ne 16th, -1910. * ,.' V T '. • ' . 



NOTICE 



of' British Co. 



Estate 



*♦♦♦♦♦♦ 



a 

Births Marriages, Deaths [*. 



, . * ^ «. «. ^. -sa.-fc.^.^h-^.-*-"-*-" ♦ ♦ ♦ 
~ ^^ ^^ "w- --- ^ ntn/i/,/,,., 

MARRIED, 

T.W.r.PN-HYf .Dine 2!Uh at the 

Church of the li.ily Uusaiv, Ht \ an- 
couver. a <• . "ov ..Chi Fa ther 

Welch, Anna VL Ryder i.f I'.eiifreWT 
i'nt to ChAVles M. Tallon of Victoria. 
'B •. - ■'.--,■•." 

THDMl'SON-POTtiNG.ER— In tliis city, 
,.., the 2:1th inst.f at 634' Battery 
street, by' tlo 1:. \ 1: jltoberts. the 

-\ to 

.- Iftabel. elde.si tin .Mr 

.ma Mrs— James Pol t 



ATLAS -ASSURANCE CO., LTD. 

(rNtahlislied 1808.) ' 

Capita! and hunds for security of; 
policy holders exceeds $26,000,000 

The undersigned-has succeeded to the 
agency of this company formerly held 
by The Stuart Robertson Company, Ltd.. 
and will give prompt attention to all 
communications regarding new business 
or alterations' required on exlsilng poli- 
cies. Please address all commrtcations 
to J- G. EDI.I'M'T. 

Special Ai;cnt for Vancouver Island. 

1212 Broad St., Victoria, B. C. 

P.-Q. Box 4 50. I'honejSSO. 



FURNITURE TRUCKS 
Furniture moving is an important undertaking. 
We have men who do nothing else; Our charge* 



are- 



B.Y. THE HOUR.. .?l-50 

With an extra m;tn to help, per hour ?*i7t>0 







t 



|-;<i\iKS0N SIDDALL & SOW 

I- J*. Dos i 7 7 NsWrirand Tbeatr* Building 



fJtlNELSVEL r,(.»T. OVERLOOKING <7ITr 
i hie view of ' water and mountains. 100 

ufy eerraa 



A 



iVAfhH rKO.yi' LOTS BAJUS*ICH 

•u n,.v StiiiJ •• the_pij.c* to^sale at tJucMtcl .hy 



frend llR summer i ac'itlon 
ti inn to suit. , ., 



\ \ 



-FTECrrCTF" WXTETr- 



front .property at L'O'rdov-a Day. 
00 easy^fETibs ' 






' 



Notice, is 



hereby x'nw tllat al1 



In the Supreme Court 
lumbla. 
i In the Matter of the Estate of 1 
nderSln, Deceased. Intestate 
and 
In the Matter, of the-Cffflclal Adminis- 
trators Act; , 
NOT H:E Is hereby .givfcJi that under 
an order granted by the Honorable Mr. 
i Justice Gregory, dated the 4tii day of 
June, A. D. U'10. I, the undersigned, 
was appointed administrator of the es- 
tate of the. above deceased. All parties 
having claims against the sard., eiMat-o 
are requested tb send particulars of 
same to me on or before the 4th day of 
July. If'lO, and all persons Indebted- to 
,ltl estate are required to pay s.uch 



vacantJ"i> in the TOW XSIT l" imi.biedne>=s_ to me fortti.witb 
: >1- <JlT-.SXF.U.will be offered for 



auction 



en 



'. ..:-"..."•'' 



SCOTTISH' REALTY CO. 



Chall..n»r 
nszt bank 



Block. TatfS itr«»L 
Phcfnfc-lTOrr T : 



B'acRB i ■ rNSIDK JHE 'M'r.Y. 

limits In Ibe h^-st f'sid. nihil part of 
Victoria new modern house In first class or- 
d^r ^pdeadid-aoll.' 1"" f'X Irum salt— warrr: 



<) 



l:... m 
I c 

; 1 I 111' 



I. 1 ' 

just off th<- i 'iiU BaJ car line. 



rJJBI I ■• f ■ ' I ^l'. 1 '' 

El of: ta-nd fine . soif fruit trees,, chicken 
h<iuses. etc ,ali In first clMi^rif-r-ro' 1 
,n. Pi Tertfls ar-nnged 

I 



il HK AND MAfONK \ IN'Si -1 



MONDAY, 
AUGUST 1st 



of June, 1910. 



\vm MONTEITH. 
Official .Administrator. 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments, Tablets, Grar.li ■ 
Copings, etc., at lowest prices, 
consistent with first class stock 
and wt rkmnnshlp. 

-. . A. STEWART 
Cnrt Yates ami Blanchard Sts. 






NOTICE 



NOTICE 

in the matter of Vv'ni' ers, lock- 

smiths, etc., and in the matter 

action In the suincm >urt- Of Brit' 

Columbia between George Frank 
Waftes, plaintiff, and Julncs Waltcs, 

. defendant.; • • •- 

All creditors of and all . persons hav.r. 
: ir.t}- ciaim-i against .the. above named 



! In' the matter of Chapter* 26 of the, 
: British Colu nTbla Btatuti and of 

T-ttre- appraisement and apportionment 
• ■■,'.■« 
All persc-ns. or- their assignees, who 
| work c,r supplied material, includ- 
or merchandise In con ■ 
lie actual construction of the. 
le of the Midway &" Vernon Railway, 
n Midway arid Rock Creek, are • 
requested to send in a detailed sta^e- j 
ment of their claims verified by affi- 
davit ■ utory declaration to the! 
undersigned. It I" GREEN, 
. I- 6C 'ui' Valuators, 

&ox :U2. Victoria, B. C. 



Dated -at'VictoVfa, B. c:. this 8th day^XUt" Ifocth with to .send 



NOTICE 



. • id addresses ami the par- 

• ; their debts "dV claims, to- 

gather with proof, thereof to in.e, . the 

Receiver and Martager, 'or- the said firm. 

at my B20 Fnj t .street. Vfctorla. 



In the ew my credit.-' 

claimant not sending' hi i iartlcu 



BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS 

' In thi= department prompt delivery is the. -import- 
ant factor. If you .are catching a steamer or train 
you like to know that your Inegage or packages wUl 
-^e-at the wharf-orr--staD'Mi m K'""' ,;,u ' to -depart 
with -you. - What is mote annovino; than search- 
ing for your belongings a minute betore-your *tr?,m- 
er sai.lg or vour train pulls out. This is offset by 
our claim checks. Our drivers check your baggage 
at your residence. You present the claim check 
to the baggage-master— show your ticket — he then 
gives vou the- railway or steamer check and that 
is all. You then go on your way rejoicing. If we 
. ftnnot attend to your order we will tell you and 
rims avo"! stt-spense. . • 



EXPRESS AND GENERAL DRAYAGE 
We have 27 .express and delivery wagons. For 
one of the»C we charge — 



PER IK rUR 



91 -OO 



TAKE NOTICE, that the annual lr - „,„, ,',,,„,;■ ,, h ,.„.,, 

ing of the a .of__The tonti-, ( , ;iv of lu]? f.9.19, he' 



nental Power company, .J United," -will, bs 

j held af th o ffice of the 

c'l'mpnrn'. Nt riUe^flovernment street in 

,,n Menday, i/e llth day of July, 1010 



Over nut huh.drcd lots will be .-.of- 
fercd-at this sale, the' trrn- 
■^n^-lbtring fen .md iii*-4m4ancc in 



three "(:i|ual aiinuaUin.^taln 
with..iwterrst>t r the rate oi ' | i 
trtriul '■ 



iuuir 

. Dated thl 

' 




;:ui o'clock In the after- 



of .lime, 191.0.. 

.on, Secretary. 



be eject 



will 
from the benefit of 'any "dletflbuilo 

before his claim Is proved. . '" 1 ^ - ul " 
Dated this 20th, of June, 1910. ' , , „ , 

LAV. 

■ sger. 



NOTICE 

IN TIH-; EST' ISRAEL KENT, 

DECEASED; ' .-, ■ - • 

All parsons having' dalms..agair. 

■ of the above named deceased are 

1 • d lr, semi particulars tl. 

duly verified, to* the, undersigned on or 

"befoTe . rda y o f .inly. . 1 • 

1 • ■ "- 

$ .IAV, " 

. ■ 1 n EL." Vlctoi 

Solicitors tot George 'Albert Kent, the 



LIVERY 
Better, single or double traps cannot be found 'oTT 
the Pacific coast. 

SINGLE HORSE AND TRAP— 

Morning ' 92-«*>t> 

Afternoon • B5»CMJ 



TEATvIS 

■- HALF A- DAY. 95.00 

gfATURDAY. SUNDAY and HOLI- 
DAYS, half a day 97. 50 

For long dijttaticea the office u-tll furnish, partic- 
ulars. T~ " -' 



NOTICE 



PLUMMER & RIDE0UT 

Ti^nl Estate, liimrnie'r U''Hc I ' ' '-' Uroad 
-— Htreel. I'lo.ne ISM.' 

rpti i- rioRi i b, • ' .p • s ■ . v 

I avenue,. for I"" 




I 



TAKE NOTTCE. that I, .". Catfini, In- 
tend to apply to the*ltoard of Dice'nslnS 
.."ilasloners of the f.ty of Victoria, 
next sitting thereof , for 
• i the Huuor llcensi 
held by rtio In. resi« : Albion 

saloon, situate On ir.nei ot 

street and yVaddlngton Alley. Vtctcrrla; 

,- I M.K'onalil . B 
. M. I . an 

Ddi' 26th dn M ty. 1!<10, . 

' . ' 
» • Applicant. 




Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 





IUEL KARRI30N&C0. 



Stewai t, B. C, and Prince 
Rupert, B. C. 



aj Agents for the 

Main Reef Mining Co: 

The ]>• i fpetty oj this i 

i ! i a t o! the 

rising ai!/! I ■)•.' 
.,: : ,i,l Cd 



Tele 




phone 



1 * 

KREl • 

mn-tri- i-nr I'-ir ' i ! ' •"■ 
o s.up ■ '-.(vniij 



Bit ,. 



rms 
i'frm 



P 



sal -tch $2.e 






\ T A2SCO 

' •■ ■■ • ■ t1:sfti 

, I I . - - -■ 

AdvertiseTTn THE~C0L0NIST 



C. ARTHUR REA 



BataJts [B'suranoe, WSatg in i.oan 

Thone 16J1 Law t.'hambers H»«tlon St. 



Etc. 



CANCELLATION OF RESERVE 



NOTICE Im hereby gtyeh H)al the re 
Lblished a v er 1 1 .•-" porl inns of- 

Dot If" Woe.:, Ci ., I .it.- DleW] 

reason of thl ■ rrrender bf said p. 

, i ,,. . mi limi-i i ;.. ns.ea n ; ob.' 8J94P 
an'd 3i syi d i espe< i 1 1 eiy us fipts 

Q ,...,, i 'i.ui,. i iJiti : ct, 

la , .i ,.i foi i ;..tr,-... ..... effect 

ins » ssi*. -of- saTd i"' 170, Queen Char- 
lotte District,' comprising 36 acre*, martf 
or less, to tie Pacific Coa'si Fisheries, 

I ,om ANn !Dlm.le.l U< ' !IT. \ REN \v I< 'K 

,bbK Sill .SUtlon. I , -epo.y i omm sslonei of bands 

v , ; . .,, •',.,, , . f .,.i,„t .oa-ds. | .Lands Department, victoiu, 8. 

fn6at i.i:i»vi,.iiii« i.n.i' and t«iina. , (April 1 :' U», lillt). 



r*i 



c. 



CONNECT WITH US 
., ■ , , ,., . 

il! plnmhing g ..,,.. 

tteotldh I 

WE CONNECT JOINTS. SO THEY 
DON'T LEAK 

Mr..... I ■ pub. 

lie, I 

work, 
FOR GOOD PLUMBING ENGAGE 
US 

The Colbert Plumbing& 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

7.1. . Uroughtoa Street Phone 552 



DUNCAN'S 

WAREHOUSE 



Furniture 

•Carefully 
Stored 



BOARDERS 

41 

We board youj. horse,, look after your trap and 
rjarn&Ss— * ■ - 

I'I R MONTH ....'. V^W 

■- Our obj' 1 . ' * ' ^e^Se our patrons. \\ c arc, re- 

, sponsible to ih-m as to safety or damage *ione to 

furniture, <>r goods. Our drivers., we brlirv-e; are 

.[careful and seldom knowingly overcharge 

If )i V anv chance a mistake ocenrs come to the 

office or notify us at once. In other words, give ua 

.pportunity to put right anything that displease^.,. 

VO',!, '' 

. ' . I. '■.■■..■■ ■ ..• . ■ ■ ,, -_ | ,-a.i.a 



/ 






Phone 166S. 



53S Yates 'ht. 



Open Day and Night 






• 



L 



Head Every Advertisement 

Carefully, and Above All 

Keep Your Eyes on 

the Windows 





Our 32nd July Sale 
Men's an 

Involved in this great July Sale are hundreds of fine. garments. Not a 
imaginable need, in plenty of Blues, ..piapks. Greens and Greys. They are 
finish and quality of materials make these the greatest and m6st pronounced 




'ustworthy 



suit or overcoat is reserved, your choice is absolutely unrestricted. Suits for every 
in all the season's most popular fabrics. Skilled workmanship, fine tailoring,, style,, 
offerings to be had. 



$14.75 



Mens and Youth's Suits 

Regular $1.8,00, $20.0.0 and $22.50 

Mens and Youths' Suits, made of fancy worsteds and 
tweeds, including FIT-RITE' and other reli- 
able brands,' all this season's newest pat* 



tern-- §§§«* S1S.00. <_>o.oo, $22.50. July Sale 
Price rrr ... $14.75 



_ _ 



$9.75 



M en's Tweed Suits 

Regular $i2.5b to $15.00 for 

Meante Suits made of line tweeds and worsteds, in all- 
ides and pattern.-. A splehdid-asosrlmej: 
kvt from and exceptionally good wearing suit. -July 

<«, $9.75 

bale . 



rrr- 



r-Men's Str ong Working Suits 



..•V?* 



. 7". . . . • 




..-.,., 



Regular $8.75 to $10.00 for .'. 

Our July Sale off. u phenomenal value in .good, strong suits; good for everyday 

knockabout use. -They are made ■ serviceable Canadian tweeds, well tailored 

and trimmed. The^gtrrar- seHmg prices were $8.75 to $10.00. July Sale. . . .$8.75 



Men's High Grade Suits 

Regular $25.00, $27.50 to $32.50: 
JU L,Y SALE CLEARANCE PRICE 

ThUXl includes all our hi.gh-grade Suitg, acted for their snappy appearance, fine tailor- 
in-, and splendid quality materials. They are made of fine imported worsteds and 
tweeds in the season's newest shaft , m*xt& !.:.>■•.. greens; to stripe and 
broken checks, in jfiagi Mials-oT grey shades, finished with bluff edge, one-button sleeve, 
Others with double st«1 get; tliree-butf-n stjte Jtttv Sale Price $19.75 




Men's Fine 
Overcoats 



$6.75] 



— — - 



•V 



True Economy Feat ures Itself to the 
Fullest "Extent in Men's Furnishing Dept. 

Thi- vi-'r the Vavinir- a.re indeed worthy of your special attention: 8 a^Stone 
I « left tmliii-ned I... make, this a record-breaking 'July Sale,"- Awider range -t iurnHhu.-s 
rttC^etecrirorri and better values should ten d;to: make this a regulaj bargain feast for all 
economists. 



j Reg. $10 to $13-75- J ul Y Sale $ 6 '75 

This lot consists of broken line? and odd size?. 

clottS reduction. Tin y "are made of tweedy 
cravencttes, mackintoshes, etc., e_very one a 
money-saver. If not wanted now. purchase 
for future needs. Regular $10.00 to $13.75. 
■ ' July Sale Price . . $tt.77> 



Men's Cravenette 
Overcoats 



Regular $18.00 to $20.00. July Sale. 



' •■ ' ' , ' ;'* 



.$12.50 



, w y ,,f m, , h ■-•• ■ ■"■'!.• ' '-<•'•• "•''- which we offer for your approval are all guar- 



anteed En glish, cravenette , rainproof. . They are stylish, snappy an d splendidly- made, 
in shades of dark greys, favvnsy and brown mixtures. July Clearance Price. .$12.50 



d; 



Boy' Three 




s Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers oc. 

Regular 50c for . , ..„••• ...«..« - 

Men's Natural Shade Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, fine quality, all sizes, 
54 to 44. nice, comfortable .underwear .for Summer weather. Value 50c. 

''Sale Price ... '. • -j • • • • • •"•"• • • •'• • •'• 25 £ 

"> . » . 

Men's SilK Underwear *7g/> 



Regular $1.75 for 



• ■■.•••••a 



*""*4" 
...... 



Men's Finest Grade Silk Lisle Shirts and Drawers, in pretty shade 
' white and blue arid pink, finished wfth-sil'k fronts. .Value $1.75. Sal 
Pric< . . > i oy 




Piece Suits 



Reg. $5.75 to $6.50 for .' $4-75 



Boys' Three-piece Suits, made of extra fine 
quality materials r and mixtures, in double 

- and si ngle-breasted styles, with' bloomer and 
plain trousers. Regular $575 .to ^6.50.. 

Clearance Sale .' ' -$4.75 . 

— . . ''' ■ ' .• — ' — ' 



'. 



— 



JULY 
SALE 



14.75 



Boys' Two-piece Norfolk Suits, in tweeds and 
worsteds, some with plain trousers and 



. knicker bottoms, finished with fancy pockets 

and cuffs. Regular S6.75 . to $8.50. Sale 

cc 85.50 



Men's Heavy SilK U n derwear 

Regular $4.50 for . 



K Underwear <J*a CA 

. . . t • . • « * ■ • ■•'••• > • •,,•'• .'.- T 



Men's Heavy Weight Pure Silk Shipts 'arid Drawers, pink shade, all size 
" Most luxurious underwear. Vame ; S45o. Sale Price. . . . . . : ^2.50 



1 



Exceptional Values in Men s Shirts During July- Sale 



Men's Blue and White Check Gingham 
Shirts, with turndown' collars, . Ser- 
viceable working shirts, \\4lue 50c. 
Sale Price 35£ 

Men's Strong Working Shirts with eol-^ 
■ rs attached, h. Ox' 
" "lia'r\'ar<l " I'Manijel^trtes. ' Splendid 
shirts for hard wear Value ;■ 
— 'Sale Price • • • • i: >< 




1 - ■ 

y«4 



S11 



> Men's. Print Shirts with starched cuffs 
and c.ol'larband, iri^a varied, assort- 



** nicpt of blues, black and Wlui<. 
an<l greens and striped patterns. All 
>-izcs 14 to 17. _\'aluo 75c. Sale 

price .:...,.. . ...:,........ .50^ 

Men's Super-grade- of. Print Oxford 
and Chambray Shirts, a 1 l 

lf *"-Ts-;t>f col nit all 

istes. , Values S-i.oo and S1.25. Sale 

I I ' ' e . . . ......... 4 I K " 




Special July Sale Savings on Men's 

SocRs 



Men's Heavy Weight Ribbed Wool Sox, heather shade, 
-d^eJi^J^tendid .|ii;dh.y,' Value 2§c. - Sale 



red toe 



.Men's English Cashmere Silk One and 
One Rib Sox, black' cashmere shot with 
col": k. Value 50c. Sale . . . .25<^ 



Imported Lisle Sox^**~- everj ; 1 1 

cTRec] - ani! ■ strips, in blue, 
inauves. tan and other colors, Va 



ii 




15c 



Men's Suspenders 

Regular 25c. " July Sale :• 

A . n,i M-i y'j ■: abl< line periderm 

cfarrn i?ui l"K Sale ;g iph 

» and wi-de el.rt>> wrl>. 

Regular ?g( ■'."' July Sat* Price %&f 



12k 






$5.75 



Every. Boys* Suit to Be 
Cleare d at This July Sale 

Our July Sale is one which every mother .should partici- 
pate in— every one is- a Bargain Extraordinary 

Boys' 3-Piece Suits 

Regular $7.50 to $9.50 for 

Boys' Three-piece Suits, ara t fc ol i ttMCy WQ f9t< 
tweeds, made with fancy pockets and cuffs, .in 
and dnuble-breasted styles, highest quality. Regujg 
$7.50 to $9.50. July Sale- .' • • • •?■»>• * w 

Boys' Three-£iece Suits,, .in strong Canadian tweeds, in 
brojvosrgreys^auns afnMdues, in single and-double- 
breasted. Regular $4.50 to" $$.50 for ........ . .$3.75 

Boys' NorfolK Suits 

Regular $5-75 to $6.50 for 

Boys' Norfolk Suits, also two-piece, with plain kniclur 
trousera. Splendid value. Regular $5.75 to $6.5'o. Jnly 
Sale Price $4.50 



$4.50 



Boys' Norfolk Suits 



$3.50 



Regular $4-75 to $5-°° for .... T 

Boys' Norfolk Suits, w double-breast <L. plain styles 
made of strong. Canadian tweeds: ^Reg^r W-Tg-Wg 
$5.00. Sale Price SpJ.oO 



Boys' Norfolk c uits in Strong 

1 

Canadian Tweed 

. !— ' • ' 

Regular $2.90 to'$3.7i. July Clearance Sale $1.75 




n'his V "a' very small price indeed (to.pay for a good quality suit. VTeJ ^fe are offer- 
xyr [\ . e Stocl ■ these at this. unheard-of price. 



Sharp Reductions on All Boys' Wash 

Suits During July Sale 




Men's Wash Ties 

Regular 20c* July Sale. -?.... - -- — 

Men's Wash Ties in ■ ety off 1 p." i'-'d lenglffe I'.ur-in h.i'h'd style Mad< 

rhftmb rav an4 fan cy cotton, with printed designs. Regular ~>oc. JhIv Clearance 

ST. ,:.%* 12^.^ 



Boys' Sweaters and Shirts 

Subst antially Reduced 

in 1 1 u 

Boys' Natural Shade Balbriggan" Cottol 

Shirts and' Drawers, all 9.i'z< 

Price --: '■■ ~ 7 ' r 

Boys' Coat Swe'4te'fsr~in a.'eood W*ttgh| ' : d t 

■ di irt^ ■ ' '-"' cri wili ' ; ' ' " 

( lit tdUu '.■:.-' : 

■ ysttti ;:' ! ■'■ &1c< 7AU ' 

Boys' Print Shirts. Avith starched Collarb^ad 
and cuffs, Brett) strtp.es and p '' : All 

,..,,,; M \ ,,!,,.. -.>. Sal.' i'nTe SBf 
Boys' Charfibray Print Shirtwaists.,, ;■ d 

(/i:i!' . ;\]\<\ colla/bands. \ altie 7$ Sale 
Trice — '-" — . • :{5 <* 

Boys' White Mesh Tennis or Outing Shirts, 
withsbft' collars. Value 75c. Sale ....*•"»<» 



,. ,.. , |, suit in the house must go. -Drastic raeasures 

; -■ , ,mv 1 [< arance 'I hey are in 

farrcy 'drills ■ -• iini-hc.r with sailor cidlars and cutis, 

in Russian and Bust* 

Regular $i.75 to $2.QX}. July 

Sale .?1.25 

Regular $r.rxi. July Clearance 
Sale -\ 75f> 



lulv 

. 85^ 



Sale" 



Bpy^ Blouses 
Reduced 



Boys' Blouses in fancy ducks and crashes. 
Sizes from 3 tO $ years— 

Regular $1.50 to $1.7.5 *?'* $1.00 

Regular $1.00 to $1.^5 for ; 75f* 

Regular 75c for '. 50«^ 



Boys' Buster 
Suits 



Children's and Boys Buster Suits, made of 
worsteds and tweeds— 



Regular $5.75 to $0.00 for 
R< jgular $4.75. July Sale . 
Regular $6.75 to "$7.50 for . 



.$4.25 
.. $3.50 
.. $5.00 




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Our 32nd Ju ly Sale of Dress Goods Offers 
Fine Quality Materials at Fractional Values 

>ard Tticlu ' uVd in tins s aTc^ has been ve r y- c arnally selected b; personally 



(•wart-arw 



(](iu: , ;],,. .;,i t. ■ c\.- ■ '' whi, know-, ..,,- ■ a^r.IUCr. LB32 

UlCjl vafc an these ran hardly-be ^predated tmiil "seen, every yard desirable.^vcry design ..Mnde,cj'ibable 

• fail to avail. themselves. ->l this opportunity. 



Eight Special Lines of Money-Sayeirs in Silks 
Thousands of Yards -GreatlyKeduced Prices 



T, . II as aiiiulair dreiSnjalfttrs * 

50c and 60c Dress Goods at 



I 

9 

fi 

4 



i io r'pen lei -nit i'oloi tufas, 

red ln.sti-.-s. wool mm ; aa 

iill.l- I ■ ra an '' pW»* 

I ill. , Jfulj • . 



25c 



$1.25 and $1.50 Dress Goods 

>:ir<ls striped Suitings, shttdow stripes,,*^ 
Qt*$rs, Diagonals, CaBbfdcres. Cream, B< • 
Cord and Biirgea ■ r<l worth i.-ss tlutn W.2S* 

r.j and 54 itnll-s will- . .July snlr l'i- 



50c 



75c a nd $1.25 Wool Weaves at $1.50 to $2 Tailor Suiting 

15c 



. miportlnt Sale 51 Summer -Sakrr T c^nrami..tin.-t..l. y j gwtur -ttm l wiU.,,nh<lonbl. I thc£- 

Liun from ihJmmuh- flic d " J «« «*?■«* lauded arc Natural audi oT^cFl ... 

• L'aiicttc Louisienrii l-.vorv\ ard Mil)stantia.li»r^cduce<J. In selecting puj s«ks they are all - 

'^unl'^ncnv^;,,; faults and defgegii a,, Sfid ^' j £ «5fr tft. I - M ' g^ 

perfect t|iialit 



$ 1.25 and$1.50 Natural Pongee 

:,-vy hv.ivy P..M,- O f* >^ 
Ujttftbte l'ur suilings-. ::1 X^l 
meltes wide. July 66 V/l/V* 

75c and $1 Shot SilK for 



ee siiks, 
I wide, Regular 

i 



H Ml. I I'' 

Panamas, Fancy > 3 rea, Tweed Sulilnj 

,fl dress:'-*. , !-•(.'. i v • 
July sale prioi I . , , . , • 

$1.50 Pevoa Serge for 

500 yards of Mavj Dei in s-t.v. ; . .siiar'uiip < d pot 

'■■;j„l.- -■ i-,..-l.'.-«. uja- .Hirll. in, .;..- . .Iil-ly-- 

, sate price si."i'. ' w 

$1 atid $1.25. BlacR Dress Goods 

b,- aii- 
I 




75c 



.mi Varris "of . a J'x:nidr:i Satin Cloths, Idotba, . 

Venetians, Siberian Cloth attd Stripe Sttifcii est- 

i • ■ . ■ Worthy up (■• $2, 

hi to D2 In. Jul;. . • 

65c and 75c Blach Serge 

...'.i yards-BUtc! -■■-■• Poplfns, Crepf, ' tfntlii • 

i Mollis gi lie. -Tli.-s. arc 40 and 1 

July sale price ijkv 

$1.50 Evening Fabrics for ^ 

nr. '/ttr-trrrUti "ii 



95c 



Mm . Yards ■ l'""lilard.s, Bbot 
Silks. ,l'.r SB "".' ill 

all tl. I J- • T8c 




EX'ening i>nr«^- 

Cj , v. and 

■ b Jui :.. 



$25 Dress Patterns 

■ nly v.iv rtbO in- 

Th^y ar" Ifl 

•of a kind. 



.,v- ;- " 



an 



,5 



$25 and $35 Dress Patterns 

rv- . v.. i '....alikr. 1" only k<< "ii -a'.'. .In^t the 

i| 1 material I ii < Satin 
[/ Your '. Ii ! 



"and 41.0'V- tof' 

Bonnet BlacK Peau-i 



45c1 



>oie 



65c and 75c^K atural Pongee 

45c 

c and 75c Colored Pongee 

35c 




fnteed to give 



Y8r<ks_of wh'u'l; 

lion JO 

".,nam>. inly 9&6 

duality, July sxf ......... V 

W« l;l... iy^atin f'Tn-Ues-. Ilfff. %\-W 
''Jul I™ 



90c 

$2.15, 






700 Yards of Coloi ■' >' 

In. all Shad ^i 1 ''' 

Flfte iiuality, July pale pH< 

$1.00 and $1.50 Pailette SilK 

2T0 Yarda Pall I 
i. T) „i Chiffon TttflFeta"*** 

;\tra fine. July 

. '.:■.■. .... ,-„^./=r'.'. . 



75c 



85c and $1 Natural Pongee 

65c 

50 c Natural Pongee SilKs 

25c 

$1.75 Colored Chiffon SilK 



650 Yards 'in this lot. 24 Incites 

widi>. Extra qualil i >n 

i at July Sale Price 



5>00 l'ards of Nfl i mgc« 
26 Inches wide, "j&ccelTenTHiual 
ity\ Reg. prl Jul 
price . . : ■' 



100 'Yards of Colored Chlffpn 

Inches,' made in 

grey., cardinal.' slate and 

mauve. ' Jujy sale 



BlacK Taffeta SilK 



quality 

HKiliiy. -I'.!; -al.i' ........ 

-i^T^H'rt«*H , t^-M-u4y-s. 



.'.45 c 
. 60c 



I 



ft; July sal." 
Jl.tio quality.' July 




SI 



....70c 

. .. 35c 
.$1.00 

$17.5fr 



$ I 5 to $2 Suitings. July Sale 95c 



I'. Resilda •-, StriT'o .Suitins." .Sfrfi 

I ' ' ' ' "" 



Bro addotl 



fancy and ly Sa1 






;:* 



6 




€jL xS-' is?. 



- : J ttv ' : :^|. l>r'lt->/:.'- "1 iii^. 

arc H 

L'KRI v.' \T TittS SA.: 
nbtainalik. gular ; 

I v.^hw ha -■ 1<M us with- a arge ■ 

si.H-l. on liaii'i .iiu-nll y- tlic-tt; oxeep tionally 

-~~~~~~~~~_ • .. ■ * 

Fancy Embroidered Spot Organdies, Fine Stripe 

Canvas, Printed Cross Bar Muslin, jand Pretty 

Floral and Stripe Ground M-usKn, artd7tfand4fer- 

„■ chief Linens- .1-ai.lyat 

j:v tq i<t, W i ffertfrg M ...Ui- Julv ' 

— — — r -+ p- A, 

- --■- . ■ ■"' 

v Tffiese are in wufthi inches t-. .;. 

Stripe Poplin Suitings, \Va5h Lustres, Ottoma- } 
^Cord, JLincn Crush Suitings. '\ : 



at 'Lowest Prices Yet 

!__\ | . ,| L ..."_i I mill in i ■ MIT V^~ - "■ - -' " "• >■ m mm !■■ 



Sensational Savings on All Staples, Including 
Linens, Muslins, Towels, Towelling, Blankets 



;•! i : 

i which 



Great Valu6 in Turkish Towels 

ppr^dozi 



Reg. $3.00 per dozen, July Sale 



$2 



Yo§r OPtiOTttinfty to ki fhosl .k-irab!e artiol<-s,-HtH*-a^ F©Wd» f rouvliin- .l.incns.-l'.lankct 
I Saving. S.in.c -f .lh.-c wt'tv ^enire.l.in Spcual l'i..rd.i.;i>cs, .,tlu-r liiu ^l.^lHly >.. 
. .h-^i ically re- luccd to eloan.up during tins sa.k-. - 

100 Pairs of BlanKets 

$5.00 to $6.00 Values ^' *<1 QA ! f^fo to to^. 5 o Values. ^ A A A 

JULY SALE.. tpO.yV I. JULY SALE tTJH. 7 V 

.'Ih'-m- liayi'.Jii'ot slightly s.'-ili-tl* tlin»upb being- lran«lK : <l an<rlcft .ant';.. : r the puTp A making a 

thein'duwn tm.-t einpliatvcaily, ■ ~^t. . .; . 7 _^_ . 




■ tyt are in M/cUf. 40 N'4.v in Brawn and \\ ':■ "J 



I5i" 



1 < > t- . 

»- " i \ j ■ 



, • * y * 



- <■ 



A spirit did. i 



, Mi- ,\\ ■ 

and prk-i d 
>rti j ^optin 

-^tl.tH4i ■ 

in . blue.. itQighl ami t^ai : ll'i|)t 

' l • 
10 75b. • 
Sab-. ybuiv< • ■'■ • • • - • - ;• 85^ 

■ _—..,..„. .....i,.!.. .1 I ' III I "l I'll' 







Table GloBis Marked Down. 

„ -i— f~ ■-* ; 1 — i ' — , 

White Satin Finish Cotton Damask Cloth 

• I -iuK S;iie"T tTTnnr.oo 

;.J,- : ; Prlcfi :-H.H) 

Da,mask Cloths, >t Special 

-Sa'l»-j&t4ce8^^*«., ",■•■,., 

U45 

';' ; ..... S2.90 

...... '.- .,..A> 



White Linen 




Brown Co|tton Turkish Towel6, 
HZe 30 X l.v July Sale I'r 
-each .« •"'' 

Brown Cotton Turkish Towels, 

Sale Price, 

,i . . .;; " ". . . '£%¥& 

Brown. Cotton Turkish Towels, 

„ size 38 4X 225 Jnh- Sale Price,- 

. 'three i'..r .....' 50<J 



Special Reductions on a Discontinue^ Line of 

White Quilts 




"Brown -Cotton Turkish 



owels-, jKStl 

50 Dozen Linen Huck Towels, Damask ends 
fringed, r«g. Sj.5o.' July Sale V'rire, dpr::, i(»2.00 

RaHer Towels T -' ' .- yards lofrg bj ;'• ihch^ . at 

■ 1 Scotch crash." -July ' ' i*,yeach 







White Grecian Quilts, trtayj make, size ; 
• inches; regular 'Si.oq. Sale.[irice . <»5c 

Size H^^n-iiK'he-. P .5. ' Sale .price N."">r 

Size^id x: 72 "inches ■: Sale price $1 . < 

■ Size <)2 x 72 ineheS. Klg. $t^ 'S.ale price ^1".J50 
Honeycomb Quilts; English make, ppre finish and 



English Marcella Quilts reduced *% $1.6o, S2.00, 
$2.4Q, S v in. S3.40. $4.oo'and .......... $5. 20 

Big Bargain in lTest .Marcella and M*rccri 1 I 
Quill s at .......... j ..'....... •- . . . •po.JO 

They c6inpri-e ilie $6.75 to $10.00 values. . 

fringed. July Sale Pria , . .•.45 and $2.90 



60 Dozen Pure Linen Turkish Towels, regula] 

for this sale, jier i>ai; ........;........ .">0^ 

White Turkish Towels a from ... J ...8^ 



One Bale of English Flanne 

• i» ■ j l 1 1 y Sale, per yard, 



leu 



5c 



» 



... 
■ . ,- .....'' .-. 

..•Si' • - . ' 

Hemstitched.: CI'-. 1 soft finish t Linen 

!),.., ,,1 k,. Soiled 



S2.50 



- 

■ ! •.inc 

id ..... 



^3.50 

,.lJ;tn''i,e-k Napl aj 

... 



his is 'really fl wonderful Ikargain. ' ii is fine tpialit; ' h flan- 

fielette in a gO0fd5 j stripe, designs. All 3,3" inch < 

r. value ' t j ' ce Price '. - &$ 



Glass Cloths Reduced 

Red Border Hemmed Glaa sglo t hfli ■ ' 

■n. line make. Jitly SaT . each ....I2 : $ 

Red Border Henlmed Dishcloihs. size 34 -x. 34] 

heavvLineh, spl e ndid vain. ■ it< . . . : 20c 

Plan. Linen Okas Cloth, in th ,^4 Inches wii 

regular IOC.. July Sal« Pi . per. yard O ■'■ 

i -u. in"" Linen Glasscloth, very- fine quality, 22 incl 

.vtilar 15c July Ss | , ' • < 

heck Red or Blue. Glass Glofh, ,21 inches wide, reg, 

u'c. 'lulv Sale Price, per' yard .... . .'.10 : .<■ 

'Check R'-d >6\ ' Blue filasg Clottl , 2j ;: inches wid re 

15c. fulv" Salei ; ; ird .■*&....'.,..'. l~c 

Check Red or Blue Glass Cloth, 25 inchc- v.i.'U. ;._ 

k-.i - v .I'd IO<" 

■j- 1 1 ■ -1- in the tf 

q ;'.•!■"' ,,,: '' " ; 

. , . the" M" i hi at] arri " : 



40 Pieces Dress Muslins 

'! ,. Clear, July Sale, per yard 



5c 



jOEKiaMaK&itewa^^ 




I,, a ' what ; i of'TJri 

, -hicii we ■ ,on sail 

al< 7T...~r:r: ^ 



Table DamasKs in the Piere 

Ah (.].j.id-!unit\ Fo? f !>• hlhg '" SaVe/OB 

A'i'k-, Gj >1 )|> 1» \M \sks. 
5 pieces of $1.50 to $1.75' Damasks. oil< I edges, 
rp prri --. pea >.n,l ....... . . SSI. OO 

5 pieces 58 in, White Cottoti Satin Finish Dnrnask. 

. !"•'• yard /: ■ ■ .33$ 



Sheetings at July Sale Prices 

Tin ■'fNll.'wiug lines '.f.Slieetirig were uiisiurpg 1 I 
value at es. \ x > ■ a •■ prb.rnpl purchasing. 

63 inch Whife' Sheeting.' tnclinui -- weight , n-id..; 

~ 4)ftcc""2'5 cents. . 'July ^-. ! . Prica . bi c yafrd, . ; ... 21 r 
72 and 80 inch'Sheeting, "fair welghl 

Regular price t ^c. July Sale Pj-iC" . 2J)<- 

81 inch Sheeting, cm rS In 1 <. Rl e^oc.Jn^v 
- . S,i'< Pi li ■'. per yard .'»<»r 

Hemmed Sheets at $L65 and $1 M^ 

Extra Stout English Sheets. Special 

pit, .- F uv .tin ■•••l*'. *pei pin • ." $l*6f5 

Extra Stout English Sheets, \ 

pair 



"i,V^' 



• • • - 

'. y — 



yards, per 

;. 91.00 



Cotton DamasK NapRins 



Main pe.iple, like 
tiir-e 0U..I1 Nap 
ktfl . lieller ill. in 
1 ,1111-11 in the Lui 1 r 
grades; WY, idi-T 
i .dues ai this 
SM.OO & $1.40 
sal©j per d.i/.en. 




M .„. M »:lM«Wi.. .-E-t, ( , 



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'^^wtttMbaNM^ 



wMfc ' M * w*M * r:tom <<< * < * *^mw.*^-r+**.*+ 



mqm***m#**^**2r#* 



^j i-fl B^ raWW * m^mkm 



mrmm^m**;^ 



p+few 



■^-^i^w^ .* w f$r** i ' ,ss ^^ 



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THE VICTORIA CQLpNIST 

"?"^^""r^^^^ff^^'^^ M ^?!rm?r^^^^^^^ ^— 



Friday. July 1 , 1910. 



■sffil|siii»" i 'IT** 



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WATCH OUR DAILY WIN- 
DOW DISMAY 
IT WILL PAY YOU 



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READ OUR DAILY 
ANNOUNCEMENTS 
CA1REFULLY 



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Our 32nd Ju 





You Surely Can Economize on 

CORSET COVERS 

Priced at From.25c .— 

Dainty Designs, Coupled with High Quality 

and Low Prices, Are Sure to Make 

Them Go Quick 




Corset 



- 

1 1 i g 



Cover ..f good, 

I • . . i < i ". - r . ■ . v.Hh 

e ,-,) u n (i 
..,,,.., , .'I'lid neck, fin- 
ished adtfc 

id I iM ■ 

:.■ . . ._. .-. — .-><><• 

•Corset Cover <<t t\ne 

cambric; wit-h -fancy 

>•••<■ -1- 
lii.u and liiihy ri t •' • 

edged with lace. R< 
.ulm . Ii . ior 50<- 

Corset Cover of fine 

nbrie, front trlnvti 

with embroidery in- 

— aertinn and. 1MUI rows 

<if lace beading and 

uon. Xflv 

sleeves finished with 

ritn ">o.<> 

Corset Cover "of fintv 
^.„»« - -~- — ^ cambric, Tr 

ternate row« of embroidery- and lad i Hon. 

i< finished wiUi one rqs of embwMery ^new"- 

ig. Regular $1.00. for ....... .7." O 

Corset Cover Of fine cambric FTOflJ ha ''lion ■ 

,,r emt»roid< ry and lace. Neck and li 

.av.ix.1. .V ilenc as. la*<£ I'-'snU.i il.tM>,~*or. . . . * .»'• 

All Imported Pattern 
Hats 

As well as our own clever adaptations to go 
at Less than Half- Price during -■-.- 
this- July. Sale, ^ 

Beginning Monday morning all the i'ii 
Impoited Hats will be <Wicri'd. Ml arejex- 
clusTve Summer ami Midsummer styles, in- 
oludinK"-J.ar»«.- I UiX » riyimitji»rt --with phimes 
and aigrettes 0t hettfb, hair and lac eV All 
White Hats; S>tfa!l Hats of blr. cked hemp. 
ami., imported Ramie T-raid. Hmvcr Mats 
red with lace and cbiffanr Canning 
and exquisite rhorfets of every descrip tion, 
style, aud'heahtv. will he. cleared ("hirin- this 
JulySah which meau v truc eco; 



Wi take -rcat pleasure fa the fact th;it our July Sales liave been gaining in interest for the. past %2 years, and 
many customers who attendecf our sales inutile early days are attendm- them now, and do considerable oyheir. 

slidppirjg in J'dy. «, v , 

THOSF PI ANNING TO DO MUCH SHOPPING IN JULY WILL READILY REALIZE THAT A GREAT 
' r TREAT IS IN STORE FOR THEM TrllS YEAR 

" |„ nrtM'irincfnrour ?gM Tulv Sale we feel that we are in an entirely <lmVn-uf i^.-Mtioii than we were -even ;. 

couole olvears ago* The enormouVincrease of business done m our three stores lias .given us additional Mrwitfih ."> 
, !lr n, arkets oi 2e worfil— we are able to buy to a better advantage. In faet our.Enghsh pureliascs have beconu- so 
lar-e that 1 buymir office lias been established in London, with a-cnaes in Tans nmllh rim. I Ins is a,. important 
factof in nierchandi^nu-. as it keeps us in clfcs'e touch. with the markets of Europe. I rjrS office is looked atter b) I 
member 01 the firm, and representatives arc constantly vhitmQ the .riifcrcnLJiciitrcs. making arr.m ■enu-nt 5 Eo* a 
r.mtinual fw.w ol merchandise to our Victoria, Vancouver and \aiirniii;. -loves. _ 

E- verybody shoitld realize the luany advantage's in getting trustworthy guuds at low pnees diiring tins ;;reat 
Tulv Sale." ' .. - 



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Ladies' Shoes, 



.^eg. Values to $5. 



$2.50 



Great Values in Costumes, Jackets and Wash Suits 



Former Prices, are not taken very much into consideration. '" We have priced- these for Sure Clearance 



$6.90 



Dresses in SilR, Muslins, Nets 

Worth from $-5.00 to $35.00 for ... .-. r. . 

W#dwW \ fcry toueb • i, ...n. -• i£altt9*b*ya wei befor«b^*n 

hea- I bhlnk of getl - - WuWBttfc Drew for &M Tiroy 

in nnumiM,- of v. r> «-tf . ■ . •' rnuBlliw mv Id whit- Only, 

■ rincess effect. T*W to ll1 ' 1 " 

-.ii vi 1a ,i. . ■ ■ -plalttand Bpol ofii as.. 



$9.75 



Beautiful Tailored Costumes 

Worth from $17.50' to $22.00.,... 

r ,.;-,, .,■: partln gf-Oi ' • ■ VJ OJ line of • 

, including. i.i ■■ it and latest st.vl tit a mi 

, ... prove, cdlojra u I 

aid fancy trimmed, many Wi Ltil 
^slUc lined coatfl. Dui alto for a mire <bl< 11 " ! •- prnmpiaahii^v.L'x.v llhi 1 i-l 
offer; .Jul-- Sn*r- Price '■• $0.75 



July Sale 

,\t this price w a » ii» ;■' 1 ■ 1 i.e.. 1 i ■ h 1 1 y tip- 

v. pole of- our ammei sel of i-'m.- BhpeB tor 

w ■ntMcu. tlil I- ••' : •• ■■■ ■ •..,... ■ ■ leg, at ontt 
pi (cc to clear. 



Women's' Patent Colt Sd.t- . 

h'M V . ' .iSmu hi '1 

Reg M - ..i5^.n<> 

Women's Q.Iaxcci Kid Lace 
and Button Booti. Eti 

■ 00 lh 

l.v, : , ■■■ tf^.r.o 

Woman's Patent Letay^fcr 
'Oxfords, •: . . r7-, '■ 

g S-4.00 to 

July Sale $£,50 

Women's Glazed Kid Ox : 
ford*, patent tip. afl 
;.csr~— TT^bT ?3.. 

it 99.50 

Women's Chocolate* Kid 
Oxfords, single and 
ble .sol.', is iO to 

* . . . . .. . jjiii.."^ 

Women's Brown Suede 




Pumps, . 

is gr; $■;» I 
$2£50 

Men's Shoes, 

: ^.y. 

Reg^-Va ; l*ies, La $6.00, July Sale 



Women's Calf and Choc- 

Plate Kid Pumps. Ri gi 

1 %'£. .""»«> 
Womb's Patent Leather 
Pumps, wrr 1 "! 

to J4.60 toi 
• „^,. 82.50 



$3.50 



^t% 




Latest 7.50 Tub Suits 



July Sale Clearance 



1 



$2.90 



our opportunit: to get ( tnosi Ii Ira ■ -' 
Suit for the 1 ■" tUrje yetfo 

are fn stripe effecl nlato. fliMsplowr ©f bjue, ' 

eta l itional value; Indeed. Regular t /aim 

Jul Bal ...••• ■•:•• ', $-!><> 



Ml 



:i fine a?- 



>, for 



#«.!M» 



Linen and Pongee Coats 

^15.00, $17.50 and $20.00 Values... 



$8.75 



An off an thl ■>' the most fashionable 1 1 ai 

of thi • ■ M.....XM1--' , , ■■ led thi 

Bald tend to' make baying bri \t in fhi» department. . 

i! . stylei • ; - naonplw 

tllty. ' 
\ ,.i . 1 $15.00, $17.50 and 120.00. July Bali ■ 

, . ,«8.TS 



"Prh 



Uhuimmed Eiats 

Children's Wash Hats and 

Sale Price . ." ^ 

Trimmed Hats, $5.00, $2.50 . . 



Bonnets. 

, .. 50r 

$1.50 



Reg. Values up 
to $55.,- 



Women's Tailored Costumes Will Suit the Most Discriminating 

Reg. Values $27.50 (T»|0 #}£ R «q- Vafues up to JAA ' F C " " 

liy'sale I.. (OltJ* |J>y Sale ... ||)ZlZ>«0l/ J"'y Sale 

.- tliifl'T ' tmtsly impomnt r - . • ' d ';'f '' £*J 

consist of plain 

I It* -tan't factor, ■■"' ' ' ' "- 



$28.75 



Covert Coats 

Regular $8.50 for . 



$4.90 



K 



Coat h ■- '". i,nu !' ' 

,..,%- useful ,< '', , 

. ., A.-U -htade. 1 • .■ J j»y 

Bali P I ■ *i * 



All Long Coats MarKed Down 



I ry' full length and T 

AH, the mosl . 
• . 1 this gatherings— - 

Regula t.r. $L K 0.00- , 812.30 

RegUU ■ " ' to 130.00 ■ w-- ..: .... .*17..»<» 

1 < - \ la "' u ,^22.50 

1 1 1 iii.i—^i mmmm — — i "' T— ' 



Low Prices Have Been Made to Ensure the Clearance of MBlouses 



Manv Innnlmls ,( ,.««,- 111.. ^^ :,i^.a,. ^uUrc pric.d ^ such ,i,,,> "jgSfiS'JS ' ' »* """•'""'' 

- -"" Lawn Wa 1S ts at $,65 . ,_ Lawn Wa lslS ,, s,, 

white la wn with HC"J yir °. ot 

, ;( ,| 1 ],, r v, ted With clusters of j-.Ih U_ 

July- Sale Pi •''' 



i Lawn W.a ists at $ 1 .00 



hree useful and pro'tlv w alatB " to e » oO*e from, n 

ita in fiVuV -muslin. Pt-rsian Ittwn an.l mull .Ui a * » ^ Jfh and sit 

, ,,,. irrfning etylea, ttlntowa--* ... aHornsi ted with clusters of pta u_ 

..tiro front: of blinder s- ..Val^n- ■ ., n ,^ -> n - 1>nv ,.„.,. m , >t n s . a„ d ifalenclen • ™J ;-.. : :......<»«■ 



This off. liinty'st: th on- v ' ! c hartminJ w.. t^mwed • _ero- 

it <•...,..»• ,.r Kitrul ■*/»» .~;..-i.i~ . itihf. 1 i ■ 1 • • r \" ,~ ' ."Vsrl 'it- 

^ ' '"" Lawn Waists at $1.90 

o • i r\tt*>r- T ^wn \A7aici-c at 4iT ?c intrhaJf-Sollectlon of WaJsUi lh;fine .muslin* 

Special Oiler Lawn Waists at $1.25 uii|)1s ( .,^. 1|UK , trim med with Homburg and h 



Special Offer Lawn Waists at 75c 

a'Jiri" :,,.., ii.,n< styl.-H in Wa f' 1 "' 



July Sale of Ladies' Drawers, j C /. 

Pr< „ctl from ':. . . ~ ..,, ■ *f% 

' -■ i-""* «- - 

Ladies' Drawers, of fine cotton, made \vitli 
tucked and hem 1 trjlt, . Eegulir 

j;c. S|)ycial ,. ,..:.. ,.15r 

Ladies' Drawers od «]ua' 

uilli frill <">f -nu-ked .lawn. Regular '35c 
special' _,.;." ••■•••. ■ ~~><' 

' jadtes' Drawers '*1' 

of nnislin.sft with lace. ih'sertiQn aiid tti 
and firijghe.d •with lace. Specials . Jf>l .75 

JLadies Drawers."!' nail dec.]) "fri.il of 

- fine =tinrlmr rrnhniidt-ry. set-\rith alt- "■ e 

' $1.25' 



f 



1 at I 'rawers oi .wilh a ') 
ill. flmii. 'viss cyylH- cnihfMidc! 
fri* d wttK "-f>M,r1mg fttid -hahy-rihhrtnT' Ex- 
I 'I'rice.'^. ..... r ^1.50 

Ladies Dra^«ra cantbr; . trvwide 

frill. M.irkrd and !n'iu>l itched, finished With' 
. 4 iii. frill et .icr-,-. I 

.-,0, 

Ladic;' J )tr--."<-i s-ti 

k . frill. St-} A\ith clu^i' bciu- , 

~r f and fini-d-fed with frill 

■■ry. Extra * full i 1 

Ladies' Drawers of ... ■ ■ 

■-• .,; |e1 

'■ . ' ■' '■' 
...... . .'. . . ..SI .77* 

Ladies' SilK HandKer chiefs. 



10c 



Beautiful Hibbons. JQ^ j5 Cj 25C 

beautiful Quality All-Silk Taffeta Ribbon, 

"•' in black' with bright finish.- Just the thing 

for millinery anabovtfngj The widths are 

a gobd-*6 in. i" 7 fei and the regular *altft 

■ -. ,/ this ribbon wfl* 35c Stid ifOCs Nly 

Sale, pet \ard ..'.... .......15^ 

Black Duchess Ribbon, 5 ii i frin. wide. 

' ighj 

Kegplar 

\ic and . -■' Price, pi 1 yard, 

.£*•. 25^ 

A eknti-u|i line ni All-Silk Taffeta Ribbons 

■ in arm- . im ^ i.'nh 

, ;. , .,;.. I I n In ttna 

■,<• ,\\\<\ 3OC. July Sale Price, 

....-, --10? 

Hat TrimminRS, O^f 

Regular 65c to $1.00 . . . . v • • : • • • *•***-" 

I-.,;,.-,- Hat Trimmings x& nci. gfttt&C ami 

fancy miles. Htjir'e'ttj >hadc 

,.,,., en, nai j blai , 

j,-,, f? Fv ■■ idi . Regular 
-..,•-. v • • -"'■ July Sale 23£ 

Hat Squares, CA/» 

Regular 11.00, for \ • . V W 

Tt'at Square a &.&& UK aiai I'n-lrv pat- 

!,■ i the 1m'-!w,1'I "' ladiiui. |01 li im- 

hai lh< i arJ '■; in, ^ ~7 

. ■ . ; . ■ ';m. ui ai coJdr«. Regit" 

My Sale Price" 50<^ 

Hat Scarfs, 



...... I •.. roidi 

,. should sell in ho ord 

Net Waists $2.50— Special Purchase 

;- h ru Net W ilsri 

si eves, d ■ t n ;"•' 

.ulder for t ■ - "'' L ' 1.."-,, 

Special Offer Lawn Waists at $2.90 

The 5iotci si v- aiatis In 1 

,n from our regular I 
are . sqi laitely trimmed with 

iroiderv and Valenciennes . l 

roronf styles to chooje froti liar valm 

Pongee Silk Waists Worth $loo for 

$2.90 
1 -.,m.. in ;.!•.; 1 la. brdn 

ith wiU 

rrr,;,, the -.'■■ 

1* _.. , I ! 1. I . . I 1 . i 1 , f bll 1 1* All 




These consist of the folio' i Phere 

arc ;i ■■:■ a. ^ 
Men's Patent "Quite Right" Brand Boots, 
Blncher or jSalmorul, dat Sfi.OO 
%a r,o 

Men r s Fine Velour Calf Bluclier Boots. 

titer $5.00 ami ?n.uo.. July Salt $:t.."»0 

Men's'' Tan Russia Calf Bluclier Boots, 

it" Brand, Regulai f( 

Sale 1 • $:•...-•<► 

Men's Chocolate Vici Kid Blucher Boots, 

ular Si-i.i -for /:. ...... l(i:t.o(» 

Men's Patent ?olt. ¥ Blucher Oxfords, 

■ . 1. •!!" Brand. Ri gular $5 iO 

July sal.- .:•.,..-...... $8,50 

Men's Tan Russia- Calf Blucher Oxfords. 
. ia" Brand. __Begul i vJ iO 

.1.. ,....' !|5:{.50 

I Patent Colt Blucher Boots, 

• . tro • July 

Men's Vici Kid Blucher Cut Boots. I: uo- 

inr %SM: le .. . : $8.50 

. s . Men's Tan Russia Calf Boots, ogdj 

;. and tiarrotv I Rog r I '"■ 

-.(.■!• $;:.5(> 

Men's Tan Winter Boo-ts. Blucher I u't, 
Regular $3.50 

Men's Dull Gun Metal Calf Oxfords, "Q fte 
Rlsrht*' Brand. R< fular I 3 a s 
Sale ■ • $3.50 

Men's Tan. Russia Calf Pumps. Regular 
0. July Sale $8.50 



Ladies' Night Gowns from 50c Up 



Nightgowns, mad I In 

er.atyle, NecK ana sleeves flnli 

■ '■. narrow bi 
ra Speci -... :>ilc 



Ladies' Nightgowns, 



hsoOk,>Hip« 



• lea w 'it'.i ' 'ni- 

ThFeerOVarter sleevear flntshed 
.idi wide embroidery; Specl^T;. > .$1.00 



pecial White wear Bargains 

Children's White Pet ticoats *7C^ 



Valwes $1.25 to I $3.00 for 

Children's Whitls Pett, coats, sllgbtb 
..... | ■ 

fines lace, with 
wit! tisl Sls'ca ! to 13 yeai • 

,„., ■ , >3.oo, -. Prl .. 7'x 

Children's White Dresses 

Values to $2.50 for .-., 

Children's White Dresses, slightly sOlli ' • 

fine lawn ■ ! ' ' 

tty and 

. ,.,,,),, . u ■ Regulai ^ " ■ '/.si/rs 
2 to 16, Sal Prii /ipl.oo 



50c 



Children's Nigixtg ^ns 

Values 90c to $1.2^for. 

Chlldi .■■ ■ ■ ! '' " : 

/ rBric and nalnew 

'■'--■■•■'■•'- 
with inroiTWrf^-TfwIfrrrffti ■ 

%/ Regular B0clQ_$1.2i P •■■ • .»*>< : 



$3,75 



Children's Dresses 

Values' $5.00 to $8.00 for 



./. 



$2.00 . 



lies' Gowns 

aiues to $6.00 for. . •• 

Ladies' Go>yns, slightly Bolle.il, of.. 
slip-ot ' "' 

.. ■ , . . Insertion, finished w 

. Igtng „aii. ■ S.00. -Sale 

r ...'..,. Jf5.t.7.-i 



Willi 

r. July Salt Pri 



i 



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Taffeta Silk- Waists. Worth Up to $5.75, 
. for $.5.25 

,,,,,i ; , nf n s d with wlk br a id 

, rnbrotd -d frllja, tuoks, stra 1 ma-. 

i*om< In grey, grifi h and W ■■■ 

.1 1. Sale Prti • ' HB8.»8 

„ Net Waist Special, $3-Qo 

,. 1 1 differ-eril stj 1 « in white' and oeru 

1 1 . . la CO' . Insertions, 

I :;.••!:! ball til I 

; ... ■ ht», - 

,jm Ii Price - - V« .$8.00 



50c 



500 Pafts of Ladies' Gloves 

,1 1 1 ' - --" ' ■ ■ ■ ■ ~ — ' " ■ "" - — . 

Regular $1.00 for . ,..• . . ■ 

500 Pairs Ladies' Glace apd Cape Kid Gloves, m 
m.wtly tan -h.i.l-v . finished « ith ' w cla p ., 

,, ami rod Ot sell ^iichiu- Mi. 
Rfejjulat $1.00 Inly Sale rncc . . . . "" 



Regular Values, 25c, for 

Ladies' Fine Jap Silk Handkerchief, wrftll 
hemstitched tkncdb i . -■ :i li aud u ithi iul in 
,i ,,,] iii, ; ar'i a n ■ ■ fine ejtj'ajitj silk. 

Ur-ulai a5C. Jnly Sale 1 'ru.t. cau.ii. . 10< v 



50c 



Regular $1.2b and $1.50 

Mat Scarfs </ I I l; ^:a\w, i rcjjr ; ' '. i <- chene, 
! , : , i lj ■• \>. itlr faiii \ Ptct 

. - ; rj( ;; Till ■-.■■ SPfi a 

\ai''K \o\ig, Ki'^nlar S1.J5 anc 1 



;o, |nl\ Sale Pnce 



mm 



1 25 Pairs of Ladies' Gloves 

Regular $1.25 for 



50c 



Children's Dresses. 

,,,, g ...i .|..j,...i ■■■ isli ... ■ 

imlng 
Irta I -over 1 

with wa tuned wti 

n n - ■ u . '. ■ ■ .. ngl&mi ' 1 ■ '"' ,; "''' ■ 

'■ iinh ■■ ■ ' ' '• I 

00 ^1 ■/.' Price- ..:—„...$-<»(» 



.00 



r i 1 1 1 



Ladies' tfedersKxrts 

V a I u e s to $fTU0 for 

Ladies' Underskirts, slightly 81 ide 

hi i . 1 o- 
ItH .in-- 1 'flounce 

/ •"........,! -a H li hire 

aiid il \ ii •' Sale ^5 



fmarRably Good Values in Undershirts 



l. .o,,es'/tlnder&kirts, of- fine camtrlc wlth_d 
fritb^ol ticked lau n,, flnlwhcrt -vulih 1 

v£L .-i<-- i.-i .- 




es' Underskirt, . 

,,?;"\,( ■ , 1 I fed with Ui 1 

kpei lal • • * ' - <>0 

Ladies* Underskirts, ■• 

CIqujh . a ai. ■ ! . 

. nii'i •■idfV- In w ' ' ! 

, , h 1 . . ■ 
... 1 Si..-. :.,' •** I ••">'» 

Ladies' Underskirts, q [in 

■ ; 1 ..;■!, i Special' 

i 






;• 



1 li 

SI..VI 



Ladies Underskirt, IrTi 1 nbrlc, with deep 
troidei 'I'.j|, est flourii a fin- 
ished with ui^i. omb Insertion, Spa- 
,j ■ ...ft.oo 

L. idles' Underskirts, ' quail I ■,■ tt'-'.irtc, 

i .(I \\ id« 
'fl I l( 1 - . Sp. '-i 1 1 . . . .$1 .75 

Ladies' Un-loi sk.itfi. : inch flpuirce 



1 ,1 Itii I 1 - : '. ;. ol 1 i..'- TarvTTon 
,,:,,■),.. 11 iM mufl • d«..d with' 

\ .$-l.TO 



• ji • ■ ■ . ■ . 

Ladies' Underskirts. Q -■■" i 

, dgi d with, ' fhon 1 ■■ 1 ■■ ' ' " 8 ^ ■ ' •''"' 



120 Pairs Ladies' Real Mocha Gloves, I ' ; 1 p 

it'.' 1 ans and greys Tin i 1 ri pli gdid wesvtii 
'glbye. Regular $1.25. July Sale PriceV^jer 

50<^ ))<1 1 r. .^. ... . - { ., • » • • «iv^; 






Ladies' Underskirts of (ti ttob '■' ' [ J,~ 

broidery, headed wjlfi Intliftp'tlon .-')..■< i,-. I •■• 7.""><- 

Ladies' Underskirts, of ttOrT, ,\vlth 9 Incl flo C embVoifkiry, 

s, t « Itb Insei I Ion and • lus tersol 1 ..,....'.. .7a\<- 

Ladies' Underskirts, rTfic cnrobrlc; iiuliiJV*; Weill clu te) -d 

ruoki :i : !'"»>' .--i-)i>r, .tii'i\ . Vei Special $I."25 

Ladies' Underskirts, ol ektra lr fs ol tu«: 

,,,,1 M , n ciounei of"aH-oyer tl^ry, fSpw>-lal ...$t.25 




L-a*es' Underskirt, of fine caraprie, wTIh Clotriu a 

tormfed of 1 lustere of 1 ucka and emnroldory In- 

. Hi.rtioii and edging. Special $l..*i<» 



Ladies' Underskirtt., Of line cambrk", lias Ig 1 Inch 
ri,,,ne-e 61 ;>H-<>vi- . .iiiwrnidery and in. iter, of 
tuehs S|eH,-iril ^^-'tyf*,. 



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